Developing on the IBM i POWER7, time to change your IDE!

Developing on the IBM i POWER7, time to change your IDE!

The traditional tool for development of applications on the IBM i is the SEU green screen interface. Many developers still...

Cathy the PM meets Ted the Developer

Cathy the PM meets Ted the Developer

Just saw this on Facebook, and thought I would share. Maybe I’m corny, but I like this. Speaking of POWER...

COBOL or C++ on IBM POWER?  Still coding by hand?

COBOL or C++ on IBM POWER? Still coding by hand?

If you have COBOL applications on AIX and are not taking advantage of Rational’s compilers and the new Developer for...

Licensing model changes for Rational POWER7 Products

Licensing model changes for Rational POWER7 Products

If you have any of the following products, when you move to the next release, you will experience a change...

What’s new in Rational Software for POWER Systems presentation

What’s new in Rational Software for POWER Systems presentation

For those who missed our webinar last week on the updated tools from Rational, I’m posting the presentation here (thanks...

What does Rational software offer for POWER customers?

What does Rational software offer for POWER customers?

We’ll be answering this question and more on April 16th at 11AM. This is webinar that is geared towards those...

New track at Rational Conference on Power Systems

New track at Rational Conference on Power Systems

This year, IBM has  launched the “Power Your Innovation” track at Innovate 2010 (t.c.f.k.a Rational Software Conference). This all-new track...

POWER7 PVU licensing changes (or lack thereof)

POWER7 PVU licensing changes (or lack thereof)

Last week, IBM announced the new POWER7 architecture chip. I won’t get into the details about the processor technology, but...