• Subject: Residency Announcement: AS-1413 The Linux Primer for iSeries 400
  • From: "ekempter" <noerick.norcal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 08:09:02 -0800
  • Importance: Normal



Residency Announcement:  AS-1413 The Linux Primer for iSeries 400

Benefits to Resident:

This residency will provide an excellent environment in which to learn how
to configure, install, and manage Linux on the iSeries server. Develop
valuable skills and expertise working firsthand with Linux on iSeries.
This is a unique opportunity to network with top experts from the
development laboratory and residents working on concurrent projects being
run in Rochester.

This Rochester residency begins 05 Feb 2001, ends 02 Mar 2001 (4 weeks),
and requires 4 residents.  Please submit nominations by 29 Dec 2000.



Description:

With the release of V5R1, support for Linux running a logical partition
will be available. This is an excellent and eagerly awaited SCON
opportunity for iSeries 400. This project will produce the technical
positioning and function presentation, and a redpiece for use by early
adopters.

Objectives:

This residency will produce a technical presentation for the 2001 ITSO
Technical Forums. In addition, a redpiece and a readme file will be made
for use by early adopters.





This residency is suitable for Customers, Business Partners, and IBMers.

A basic requirement for all residents is the ability to read and clearly
express concepts and procedures in common English.

Resident Prerequisites:

The ideal candidate would have some LPAR configuration experience, some
experience using Linux as well as a strong background in OS/400 system
administration.

Skill levels below are from 5 to 1, where 5=expert skill and 1=no skill.

You personally do no have to all of these skills to be considered a good
candidate for this residency.  The project leader will match your skills
with that of the other nominations to put
together the best team possible.

Skill levels below are from 5 to 1, where 5 = expert skill and 1 = no
skill.

You personally do not have to have all of these skills to be considered a
good candidate for this residency.  The project leader will match your
skills with that of the other nominations to put together the best team
possible.

Skills Needed:


|----------------------------------+-----|
|Skill Area                        |Skill|
|                                  |Level|
|----------------------------------+-----|
|Spoken and Written English        |  4  |
|----------------------------------+-----|
|Application development and       |  4  |
|administration on Linux           |     |
|----------------------------------+-----|
|LPAR Concepts and  Implementation |  3  |
|----------------------------------+-----|
|OS/400 operation                  |  3  |
|----------------------------------+-----|






Documentation Skills Needed:


|----------------------------------+-----|
|Documentation Skill Area          |Skill|
|                                  |Level|
|----------------------------------+-----|
|Adobe Framemaker                  |  3  |
|----------------------------------+-----|
|Lotus Freelance Graphics          |  3  |
|----------------------------------+-----|






These documentation skills are desirable, but not critical, for acceptance
into this residency.  The only definite requirement is a readiness to learn
and to handle your own data entry needs.



Nominees must have the approval of their managers before submitting a
nomination.  IBM Redbooks sends e-mail acknowledgements of all nominations.

Nominations must be complete and detailed.  The more information you
provide about your experience and qualifications, the better your chances
of being selected.

If you have access to the Internet, please click on this link
http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/internsh.nsf/GetResidency?OpenAgent&ID=AS-14
13
 to go directly to this announcement and its online nomination form.
You can also go to the IBM Redbooks Internet site at
http://ibm.com/redbooks and click on the residencies link to see all
current residency announcements and submit nominations online.

If you are an IBMer with access to the IBM Intranet, please click on this
link http://w3.itso.ibm.com/internsh.nsf/GetResidency?OpenAgent&ID=AS-1413
to go directly to this announcement and its online nomination form.

If you do not have Internet access, please complete the form and send to
the address below. Since e-mail nominations are processed automatically,
keep the field labels unchanged.

          Internet: redbooks@us.ibm.com
          Notes ID: Redbooks at IBM/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS

Residency AS-1413-R: The Linux Primer for iSeries 400


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    and IBM contact's   |
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 Fields above marked
 with * are required.







Skill levels below are from 5 to 1, where 5 = expert skill and 1 = no
skill.

Skills:


|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|                                  |         |Skill |
|                                  |         |Level |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|                                  |Requested|Actual|
|Skill Area                        |         |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|Spoken and Written English        |    4    |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|Application development and       |    4    |      |
|administration on Linux           |         |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|LPAR Concepts and  Implementation |    3    |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|OS/400 operation                  |    3    |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|






Documentation Skills:


|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|                                  |         |Skill |
|                                  |         |Level |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|                                  |Requested|Actual|
|Skill Area                        |         |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|Adobe Framemaker                  |    3    |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|
|Lotus Freelance Graphics          |    3    |      |
|----------------------------------+---------+------|






The above documentation skills are desirable, but not critical, for
acceptance into this residency.  The only definite requirement is a
readiness to learn and to handle your own data entry needs.


|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|Previous experience:                                         |
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|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|Previous residency experience:                               |
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|                                                             |
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|Other pertinent information:                                 |
|                                                             |
|                                                             |
|-------------------------------------------------------------|





Provide as much detail in the above fields as possible.



For especially well qualified nominees, the dates and duration of this
residency are negotiable.



|-------------------------+------------------|
|Residency Start:         |   05 Feb 2001    |
|-------------------------+------------------|
|Residency End:           |   02 Mar 2001    |
|-------------------------+------------------|
|Duration:                |     4 weeks      |
|-------------------------+------------------|
|Number of Residents:     |   4 residents    |
|-------------------------+------------------|
|Nominations Close:       |   29 Dec 2000    |
|-------------------------+------------------|
|Candidate Selection:     |   05 Jan 2001    |
|-------------------------+------------------|







Location:  Rochester MN

Leader: Sungsim Park, Rochester ITSO Center
    Notes ID: Sungsim Park/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS
    Internet: sungsim@us.ibm.com

Manager: Dean Ascheman, Rochester ITSO Center
    Notes ID: Dean Ascheman/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS
    Internet: deanasch@us.ibm.com




ITSO will pay approved business travel and living expenses for residency
participants based on IBM guidelines and Travel policy.  Complete
reimbursement guidelines will be provided in the ITSO Residency Acceptance
Letter.   For more detailed information about ITSO and about ITSO
residencies, see http://ibm.com/redbooks



Customers and Business Partners can see IBM Redbooks and Redpieces online
at http://ibm.com/redbooks.  Also available are special features, free
services, useful links, open residencies, and online nomination forms.
Visit this amazing site and then tell a friend.

Employees of IBM, Lotus, or Tivoli will prefer using the IBM Intranet site
at http://w3.itso.ibm.com.

For e-mail notifications about new IBM Redbooks, register and subscribe at
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Important:  Even if you cannot be a resident now, perhaps you could provide
or point us to appropriate, already-existing materials as potential input
to our development efforts.  We would appreciate your help in identifying
any useful material that can be expanded, referenced, or included as is.
If the material significantly contributes to the produced redbook, we will
acknowledge your assistance and may even name the creator as a contributing
author.  We believe that your help will leverage the value of the
already-existing materials and will result in better redbooks produced in
shorter cycle times.



The ITSO Residency program has been honed over many years to provide the
maximum benefit to residents and their businesses.  IBM organizations,
Business Partners, and customers that have provided residents report that
the returning employee has gained significant new skills to enable them to
support IBM's latest products.  These skills can be employed either
directly for services generation or indirectly in technical support of the
sales effort.  Furthermore, the contacts made by the resident within the
development community and with the other residents are invaluable in
keeping these skills up-to-date.












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