After several years of faithful service, ASNA is replacing its current knowledge base site, devnet.asna.com, with a brand new site. This new site will provide more frequent content and a vastly improved user experience.
After much fanfare, tons of PowerPoints and videos and presentations, Windows Metro UI, as a brand, is no longer with us. After an apparent disagreement between Microsoft and a European business partner, Microsoft has ditched the Metro name.
The ASNA Visual RPG beginning/intermediate class, held in ASNA’s San Antronio training room, is currently scheduled for January 14-18, 2013 and April 29 – May 3, 2013. Read more about ASNA’s San Antonio class offerings.
.NET has had generic data types since .NET 2.0. However, many AVR coders aren’t aware of these powerful data structures and how much time they can save. In this article we’ll take a look at using generic dictionaries in AVR for .NET.
IBM recently released its latest IBM i road map. The road map doesn’t provide any surprises, except, for the first time ever (I think) IBM discloses how many worldwide IBM i customers there are.
Visual Studio 2012 is available now and Windows 8 will be on October 26th. ASNA Visual RPG for .NET version 11.0, which works with Visual Studio 2012 is right around the corner!
We’re trying to gauge the state of mobile application development for the IBM i platform. We highly value your response and hope that you’ll participate. Your response is 100% anonymous. Thank you for participating!