In regard to question #3 (RPG shops writing new code) YES, definitely.
We're writing a lot of new RPG code for the public school market.

In regard to what an average RPG programmer might learn, I don't like
pigeonholing people that way. We learn what we're interested in, and what
we care to pursue.



On Fri, Nov 15, 2019 at 5:40 PM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am curious about three 21st Century things that may be way above my
level of understanding, and they relate to json and the average RPG
programmer:

1. Can average RPG programmer's, using only SQLRPGLE skills, send and
retrieve .json data?
2. If so, can average programmers be taught IWS and httpgetclob in two
sessions?
3. Most importantly, are there RPG shops out there still writing new code?



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