ASNA hosted a "Mobile Day" mobile application development workshop in Barcelona, Spain on November 27, 2014. The workshop introduced attendees to ASNA Mobile RPG (MR) and let them see, first hand, how MR helps them fulfill their enterprise needs for mobile applications running on smartphones and tablets.
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On November 12, 2014, Microsoft (MS) announced that it's open-sourcing its full server-side .NET stack, which thereby, at least in theory, expands the .NET stack to Linux and Mac OS X (which is really Unix) platforms. Here are seven take-aways from that announcement.
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Taber Alderman's company, Systems Implementation, is an IBM i ISV. 95% of the time, when it gets a new customer, it installs a new IBM i into a business that previously had no IBM footprint whatsoever. Furthermore, Systems Implementation's competition is nearly all PC-based. Let those two facts soak in.
The 15th ASNApalooza, ASNA's Developer Conference, was held at the Hyatt Regency Riverwalk on October 20th and 21st. Despite media-driven travel paranoia (threats of infectious diseases and terrorism permeated the airwaves around Palooza time) 65 ASNA developers from the US, Canada, and Spain put their tray tables in their upright and locked positions and flew to San Antonio to participate in ASNApalooza 2014.