iSeries/400 (a.k.a. AS/400, i/400?, ...)
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Buying your MI ebook is the best money I've ever spent, period. I regret
that I can't drop my normal classes to study your writing. Also, I simply
can't keep up with your chapters as they come out; each one represents
weeks or months of writing little test programs. Great material. Thanks.
Brian S. Lewis
You are a veritable gold mine of information. Even if I learned
nothing else from the iBook series, you just made my purchase
I just wanted to drop a note to say that I've really been enjoying your MI
eBook. Best money I've spent on direct career related education in my 14
Thanks again! and keep those chapters coming!
I wanted to let you know that you're eBook is outstanding!
I've learned so much already. I can't wait for future chapters.
I probably skew you're web page stats by my repeated hits on your
site looking for updates, sorry about that :<) - it's hard to resist.
It has been well worth the money.
Thanks for sharing the information!
I know Leif's doing alot of work to make this a really nice additional to
For those that haven't, checkout http://iseries400.org/index.htm.
Don in DC
All of the chapters contain fantastic amounts of real, usable
I'm just amazed at the level of detail.
It's an eBook that I will certainly be recommending to anyone who wishes to
learn more about MI and the inner-workings of the AS/400.
Hackers have become more active and renowned. They often publish their
methods and their results. This can lead to imitation by normally law-abiding
IBM (Security manual V5R1)
I'm really enjoying your e-book. [...]I left it for a while and came back to it
after I'd seen how to use the debugger in the astonishing chapter 7. (I
can't remember the last time I kept producing gasps of amazement and
delight from reading a programming manual :-) .)
[...]That's one reason I like the format of the book so much - although you
provide the code you make your reader work through it to pull the snippets together
into a working example, and then develop the example by building on that code.
David X. Kahn
Everyday, I use the informations that I have learned in your book.
Thank you again for your work (sincerely)
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