SEU – Your Grandfathers Code Editor SEU, IBM’s Source Entry Utility (aka Stoneage Editing Utility) is a basic green screen code editor. SEU runs exclusively in terminal mode, offering a solid source code editing tool. It’s basic but has a long heritage and some very well known techniques for writing code quickly, and some nifty

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What is CNX Valence? “Valence is an enterprise application development platform that empowers IT and business leaders to transform operations on, and off, the IBM i platform. … IT and business leaders can work together more effectively by giving developers and users the tools they need to be more confident, capable and self-sufficient.” CNX Blokes

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From AS400/RPG to IBMi/RPGLE I’ve been involved in some interesting software modernization projects recently. Ranging from application replacements to middleware web service integrations to light code dusting. The main thing I’ve learned is archaic program source code can be a very delicate beast like a stack of cards ready to fall at the slightest push

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RPG Programming for Beginners If you are a complete programming noob then this RPG Programming course might be useful If you are a software developer looking to add RPG (or RPGLE) to your skillset then this might not be completely useless If you are an old school RPG programmer looking to add some modern programming

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What is IBM i ACS (Access Client Solutions)? ACS is the official IBM i connection tool from IBM. ACS is a Java based, platform-independent interface that runs on most operating systems that support Java, including Linux, Mac, and Windows™. ACS gives you a screen emulator, integrated file system tool for upload/download, spool to PDF viewer,

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