On demand webcast: Developing Informix Dynamic Server applications for Mac OS X

Join us to learn how you can bring the advantages of Informix Dynamic Server to Mac OS X.

04 August 2008

Join us to learn how you can bring the advantages of IBM® Informix® Dynamic Server to Mac OS X.

About this webcast

Love your Mac? Need enterprise computing capabilities? Now you can have both. IBM has announced the availability of Informix Dynamic Server (IDS) on Mac OS X, which brings the high volume transaction processing, low cost administration, and high availability to the Mac platform. Learn about options for application development, and get tips and tricks for creating low cost and low administration applications.

Speaker:

  • Carlton Doe, IDS Specialist

    Photo of Carlton Doe Carlton Doe is, according to his youngest daughter, a “total technical dweeb." She shouldn’t complain though since his involvement with Informix products since the early 1990s has kept her clothed, fed and sheltered. He has been a DBA, data server administrator and 4GL developer and very active in the Informix user group community. In fact, he was one of the five founders of the International Informix Users Group (IIUG). He is best known for having written a number of Informix-oriented books including Administering Informix Dyanmic Server, Building the Foundation being published in August, 2008 as well as articles, IBM white papers and IBM Redbooks® (as a co-author), materials for his classes, and presentations. Carlton is an Executive IT Specialist for IBM with responsibilities covering the Americas Geographies. He lives in Dallas, Texas with his family and his neighbor’s dog “puppy."
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