Good morning IBM Redbooks readers,
For years, the IBM Redbooks team has been working relentlessly to develop content on key technical topics in an effort to help you with your technical endeavors, and help you keep current.
Today, we are challenged by the amount of technical content available and how to keep up with these content. Furthermore, challenging is understanding the technical details on how to integrate legacy systems with new systems, including applications, and how to migrate and integrate those with the latest technologies.
Keeping up with the latest technologies is not an easy task. However, the IBM Redbooks team creates content for you to keep up with many technical topics, these complimenting the product manuals in the IBM Knowledge Center, and providing the most accurate information without content duplication.
You might be wondering about now what I am up to with this article. Well, in the past few months, I have been writing a few blogs regarding the value IBM Redbooks brings to the table. Perhaps, I am preaching to the choir all over again. However, I would like to reach out above and beyond readers like you that constantly download, read, and provide feedback on the content delivered.
You might be pondering, what can I do for the IBM Redbooks Team? Easy, send us feedback on how IBM Redbooks has helped you, and continues to help you with your technical projects and daily technical challenges. You can send us the feedback in any possible format: emails, feedback to the blogs, feedback to the publications you have read, or when you attend a technical event and you see one of our executives, let them know what you think about us. And if they do not know who we are, give them a one-minute talk about IBM Redbooks.
In the meantime, encourage your peers to sign up for our IBM Redbooks Newsletter which provides weekly a summary of what we have been up to for the past week or so. Also, provide to them the IBM Redbooks website (www.ibm.com/redbooks) so they can also read, learn and keep up with the world of technical solutions.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read this blog, and providing feedback. If you have any technical question or challenge, do not hesitate on dropping us a note so we can reach out to our extensive technical network within IBM to find a satisfactory answer for you.
Have a great week.
Go IBM Redbooks!
Dino E. Quintero
IBM Redbooks Project Leader
The Open Group Certified Distinguished Technical Specialist