Nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide relied on their smartphones last year. If the trends hold, app-based devices including smartphones, tablets and e-readers will become more common than computers. Mobile applications are the norm for more than shopping and social media. Continue reading “Flutter vs React native: Choosing the Right Framework for your Mobile App”
Android application development has come a long way with all the new technologies, languages and platforms being updated every now and then. You have yourself experienced regular updates in the applications in your android phones, how they have changed overtime, from the interface to user experience and many other features. Continue reading “kotlin vs java: Top 7 comparisons you should know”
If you are reading this blog then you must be familiar with IBM i. if not, you can gain more knowledge on AS400/IBM i from our previous blogs here.
Being in the industry and learning about the great AS400 series has made us aware that IBM i and its updated versions are the present and the future. At least for the organizations which have security as their high priority. Continue reading “IBM has announced IBM i SWMA price increase- What are your options?”
Why RPG Programmers Seem Hard to Find
A few years back, some tech bloggers bemoaned the lack of experienced RPG developers. They claimed that IBM i programmers were aging out with the system. In response, others said, “There’s no lack of iSeries RPG Developers.” IBM might be “old,” but it’s one of the most used and reliable systems in business. Continue reading “Part Ninja, Part Carpenter: The Qualities of Today’s RPG Programmers”
We Are Exposed (to a lack of COBOL Programmers)
The current pandemic has exposed a hole in the programming workforce, one that insiders reported on for almost ten years. The hole is the lack of COBOL programmers to support COBOL mainframes that power crucial commerce, government and financial systems. For the record, COBOL is a 50+ year old programming language invented to power IBM’s AS400 mainframes. Continue reading “Covid 19 Exposes Need For COBOL Programmers”