Friday, July 31, 2009

IBM---> Dive deeper into cloud computing through WebSphere

IBM30 July 2009 | Volume 10, Issue 29 
developerWorks Weekly Edition

Welcome, developers!

Prepare your Linux system for the future of disk storage. Dive deeper into cloud computing through WebSphere. Put thousands of UNIX commands at your fingertips with the man reference system. This week,developerWorks shows you how to do all of this and more. Our top features list makes for some outstanding reading: 

And if you're looking for a more hands-on learning experience, why not join us for developerWorks Live! briefings? These instructor-led training sessions can get you up to speed on the latest technologies, help you move your software projects forward, and show you how to squeeze the most out of your IT investments. Briefings cover a wide range of topics, and we've got them scheduled in locations worldwide. Check our listingsto see if there's one coming to your neighborhood. (If your newsletter profile includes your location information, then you should see events listed for your area in the space below this intro.) 

Can't make it to one of our live events? No worries! Our virtual briefingsare the next best thing -- online training sessions that effectively simulate the classroom setting. By combining voice, video, data, and graphics, virtual briefings provide a structured learning environment where it's easy to interact with your instructors. Keep checking the schedule: If you miss an event, you can always catch the replay. (Now there's an option I could have used in college.... 8am is no time for calculus!) 

Until next time,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team 

(P.S. I'll be on vacation next week, so look for the next issue of this newsletter on 13 August.) 



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