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IBM Redbooks have recently launched Point-of-View (PoV) publications—brief, strategy-oriented documents that represent an author's perspective on a particular technical topic. PoV publications are about 5 pages in length, and usually include solution highlights, a description of the problems being addressed, proposed solutions, and references for additional reading.
IBM Redbooks are some of the most widely red technical books on the internet! Point-of-View publications are written by senior IBM subject matter experts and examine current industry trends, directions, and emerging technologies.
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As a technical professional, you need to leverage many different sources of technical information to stay on top of the latest software developments. Today we ask you... are you reading IBM Redbooks?
IBM Redbooks publications are developed and published by the IBM International Technical Support Organization (ITSO). The ITSO develops and delivers skills, technical know-how, and materials to IBM technical professionals. IBM Redbooks are the ITSO's core product. They typically provide guidance, installation and implementation experiences, typical solution scenarios, and step-by-step "how-to" guidelines. They often include sample code and other support materials that are also available as downloads.
To encourage you to get started (or to rediscover) using IBM Redbooks, we have compiled a list of some of the most popular books for Information Management:
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Continually building, refining, and growing technical skills is important for all of us. A quick and simple way to take the first step in skill building is to listen to some or all of the new podcast series just published by fellow blogger Susan Visser.
In her podcast series, Susan introduces you to authors, instructions and other subject matter experts in the IBM Information Management area.
See the descriptions of the podcasts and links below, taken directly from Susan's blog post: