In the world of AS/400 (now IBM i) transformation, time may not be your friend. RPG development resource availability is at an all-time low, and forecasts do not look promising for any resurgence. That fact, combined with the reality that a full-blown transformation initiative can take several years on average, simply means that putting off aggressive digital transformation activity is no longer an option for most organizations.
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If you haven’t had the opportunity to read our series focused on “What is Legacy Code”, it might help to quickly catch-up and review that first.
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Welcome back to my three-part series that looks at IBM i programming languages. My goal has been to cut through the emotion and identify what “legacy” really means when it comes to programming languages on the IBM i (aka AS/400, iSeries) platform.
When we speak to businesses that run on the IBM i platform (aka AS/400 or iSeries), old and monolithic code are the top two compelling reasons cited by organizations choosing to start down the path to application and system modernization. But since “legacy” code has already done so much for us, why consider a change? Learn more in this, the first of three blog posts I’ll write on the topic!