I was simply referring to the fact it IS the 20th Anniversary of the release of the product named AS/400. I believe it's correct to say Happy 20th Birthday AS/400, as Timothy Prickett Morgan wrote in his article.
If you're going to celebrate th etechnology then you'd really have to say Happy 30th Birthday (S/38).
Neil Palmer, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
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--- On Thu, 6/19/08, Anne Lucas <alucas@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
From: Anne Lucas <alucas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Happy Birthday to the AS/400, iSeries, System i, IBM i
Received: Thursday, June 19, 2008, 9:43 AM
I'm two days behind in reading midrange-l....just read a
with a comment about the birthday celebrating the
It's the technology, how it has evolved, and what it
has become that we
celebrate! It is the product and it's capabilities
that we celebrate.
Not the name!
There will be a celebration in Rochester and the
appropriate IBM AS/400
thru IBM i executives will be on hand to help celebrate.
I'd love to see a list of what you think are the
coolest changes in this
product since it was announced in Toronto at COMMON in
Have a blessed day!
Anne Lucas, Genisys Group Inc.
Customer Account Executive
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