• Subject: Re: need to learn AS/400 hardware & OS features
  • From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 08:16:50 -0500


Did you get to the area listing out each session available?  Or don't they
have that available yet?  If you can't find it then you might want to ask
the list for a snail mail copy of their schedule.  Then you can whip out
your highlighter and highlight the sessions which interest you.  Find out
how much it would cost to get this training elsewhere.  After this
homework, then take this to your boss.  You've got a heck of a deal at
COMMON.  Even though they've significantly raised their rates from a few
years ago.

Rob Berendt

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Janet (and perhaps others),

I went to the COMMON web site and printed several web
pages ("What is COMMON", "ROI", & "Benefits of
Membership"), but I will need more specific
information as to how our company will benefit by my
attending a COMMON conference.  Especially on the ROI.

To reiterate a few key points of my original post:  I
will be assuming "ownership" of the AS/400 technology
in our multiplatform company, and will be responsible
for replacing old AS/400s with new AS/400s.  My
manager is encouraging me to "think outside of the
box".  He wants me to be able to think about the
future potential uses of our AS/400s that we are not
already doing before we order new AS/400s.

It is my understanding that the V5 announcement will
be made at the Spring conference.  Is anyone expecting
any significant hardware announcements?

Janet Krueger wrote:

Start planning now to join us in New Orleans for the
2001 Spring COMMON conference the week of May 13. It
is truly the most all-encompasing educational
opportunity you'll find for iSeries (AS/400)
technologies!  Details are available on www.common.org.

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