Sloppy code, beautiful code. They both produce the same results, so who cares how it looks? If you have heard this before, or are living with this scenario, this is a MUST ATTEND session. How bad can source code be since it never rusts? Or does it? Learn about code refactoring (aka "modernization") with discussion to help rejuvenate old code into maintainable, flexible, and scalable components. We will also review how RDi can assist in this process.
BIO: With an IT career spanning over 30 years, Charles Guarino has been a consultant for most of them. Since 1995 he has been founder and President of Central Park Data Systems, Inc., a Long Island and New York City area based IBM midrange consulting and corporate training company.
In addition to being a professional speaker across the United States, Canada and Europe, he is a frequent contributor of technical and strategic articles and webcasts for the IT community. He is a member of COMMON's Speaker Excellence Hall of Fame and The Long Island Software and Technology Network's Twenty Top Techies.
In 2015 Charles became the proud recipient of the Al Barsa Memorial Scholarship Award. Additionally he currently serves as a member of COMMON's Strategic Education Team (SET) and is also the monthly Q&A host and chairman of the speaker committee for LISUG, a Long Island IBM i User's Group www.lisug.org.
AGENDA for September 23rd MoM Zoom meeting
ADMISSION: Free for TUG members