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Profound Logic to Focus on Modernization, Mobile Applications at Common Fall

September 19, 2012 - Profound Logic Software is excited to announce they will attend the COMMON Fall User Conference and Expo on September 24-26 at the Hyatt Regency Columbus in Columbus, Ohio. Attendees of the conference can visit Booth #44 for live product demonstrations, as well as sit in on one of the many sessions led by Profound Logic's Alex Roytman and Scott Klement.

"We always look forward to attending the COMMON Conference and connecting with customers, experts and partners in the IBM i community," says Profound Logic CEO Alex Roytman. "And as our headquarters is based in Ohio, having the event in Columbus is a great opportunity to meet IBM i users who are from our area."

A focus of the event for Profound Logic will be their mobile application offerings. The team will discuss and demonstrate how Profound UI works with HTML5 and integrates with PhoneGap to offer both native and web applications for mobile devices. Following COMMON, on October 3rd, Profound Logic will host a live Webinar on the topic of Mobile Development for IBM i. Registration for the Webinar is at http://profoundlogic.com/profoundui.rpgsp.

The educational sessions led by Profound Logic team members will cover many RPG and application development topics, including:

Alex Roytman

  • Diving into JSON: The Alternative to XML on the IBM i
  • JavaScript frameworks for RPG/PHP Developers
  • Using JSON with AJAX on the IBM i

Scott Klement

  • Setting up and Scripting the OpenSSH, SFTP and SCP Utilities on IBM i
  • Accessing the Integrated File System (IFS) from RPG IV
  • External Databases from RPG
  • RPG Does TCP/IP
  • RPG User Defined Functions & Table Functions

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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