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Profound Logic Brings IBM i Application Modernization Message to 2013 Common Fall

DAYTON, OH - September 6, 2013 - Profound Logic Software is pleased to sponsor the COMMON Fall User Conference and Expo on September 9-11 at the Renaissance Grand Hotel in Saint Louis, Missouri. Attendees of the conference can visit Profound Logic at Booth #20 for live product demonstrations, and attend sessions led by industry experts Alex Roytman and Brian May.

"COMMON connects the IBM i community through education and networking at events like the Fall User Conference. We're excited to be a sponsor of this event once again, and look forward to speaking with IBM i users, experts and partners in Saint Louis," says Profound Logic CEO, Alex Roytman.

The User Conference will give attendees the opportunity to learn about the benefits of modernizing their RPG code and application interfaces using Profound Logic's products and services. "The Profound UI suite is the most comprehensive toolset for creating modern business applications on the IBM i," explains Roytman. "We will be giving live product demonstrations at our table in the expo hall, and will be on hand to answer any questions attendees have about modernizing their application environment."

In addition to live Profound UI demonstrations, Profound Logic team members will lead conference sessions that cover many RPG and application development topics, including:

Alex Roytman

  • Using JSON with AJAX on the IBM i
  • Getting a Handle on RPG Open Access
  • Introduction to DHTML (Dynamic HTML) and JavaScript

Brian May

  • RPG Enhancements for i 7.1
  • Data Structures and Data Structure Arrays: Making Them Work for You
  • Modernizing Your File I/O with Data Structures
  • Open Access as first step to MVC Architecture

Learn more about the COMMON Fall Conference and register at: http://www.common.org/index.php/fall-conference-and-expo.html.

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