It has been a while since a worked in a small shop, and I have an outdated
170 at home...
Before the merger of the i and p systems, I participated (along with John
Earl) in an IBM User-Centered Design session in Rochester (still have the
T-shirt!) for design of the interface for Systems Director but I have never
had the opportunity work with an HMC, Systems Director, or VIOS.
I certainly wish I were in a position to learn more about VIOS. Too bad
there's not a simulator for that...
"Jim Oberholtzer" wrote in message
Aw come on Larry, at least you can spell RPG without prompting. Used to
be pretty good at it too.
If your in a small shop, and a PTF needs to be applied for your
application, who's going to do it? True many will call Larry, Pete,
myself or several others on this list but many times you don't have the
time nor is is smart when all you need is just that one or two PTFs. I
content that to be a great programmer, you need a well rounded knowledge
of the system. Applying PTF is one of those things.
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects
On 1/7/2013 3:53 PM, DrFranken wrote:
> ... (ie, I program; applying PTFs is of no relevance to me.)
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 1/7/2013 4:44 PM, Booth Martin wrote: