I want to thank you folks who have attended my presentations! I appreciated the feedback on the evaluation forms and I hope that you'll link the OpenSource4iSeries site from your sites or at least, bookmark it for future reference. I promise I'll keep the site as up to date as possible.

Looking for PDF's of my Common Presentations?  I have a couple:

    Open Source Tools and Applications for the iSeries can be found  here .

    Developing SOA Solutions using Open Source Tools can be found here .

    Integrating DB/2 for i Data with Open Office can be found   here .

    Ruby (JRuby) on Rails on i can be found here .

The code examples, without much commentary, are available here:

    Samples that go with the "Open Source Tools and Applications..." can be found in a zip file here .

    Samples that go with the "Developing SOA Solutions..." presentation can be found here. There are servlet, RPG and .Net samples available. The RPG samples use the HTTPAPI open source project library found here .

    (Note on the Developing SOA Solutions samples:  I am currently working on the deployment instructions which turned out to be a bit more challenging than I anticipated.  The code samples are for the servlet (.WAR file), the RPG IV sample (.SAVF) and the .Net solution (.zip) ).

There was a very cool set of PHP tutorials that I obtained while at Fall 2005 Common. You can get them here .

I recently presented at the Gateway400 User Group Meeting in St. Louis. You can get it here .

These are my Common 2009 Presentations from Reno

    Integrating DB/2 for i Data with Open Office can be found   here .

    Open Source Tools and Applications for the i can be found  here .

    Ruby (JRuby) on Rails on i can be found here.

    The iSIG luncheon presentation:Open Source - Bailout your IT Budget in 2009 can be found here.

These are my Common 2010 Presentations from Orlando

    Integrating DB/2 for i Data with Open Office can be found   here .

    Open Source Report Writing Tools for IBM i can be found  here .

    Ruby (JRuby) on Rails on i can be found here.

Please feel free to contact me if you need more information .