Manta Technologies: Your Resource for IBM i Training
Manta offers a complete library of courses for programmers, operators, system administrators, and users of the IBM i operating system, which run on IBM Power Systems.
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Because you need a full-time mentor, not a part-time teacher.
Manta's customers not only take courses when they need to learn a new topic; they also use Manta's IBM i Training Library as an online reference once they are back on the job. Such access is possible thanks to two features that are built into the Manta training software.
First, all Manta menus are dynamically expandable. Users can easily drill down from the main menu or a custom student menu to any specific topic. Because the menus are built on-the-fly, they always reflect the current contents of the Manta library.
Second, MantaFind, our search feature, lets a student search the complete training library for all occurrences of a specified topic. Because the links map to topics within Manta's IBM i Training Library, the student gains fingertip access to tutorials that include complete examples and practice exercises. As a result, it's more than an online reference; it's an online mentor.
An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a collection of tools — including editors, compilers, and debuggers — that are available to a programmer through a common interface. This new Manta series covers the most popular IDE for IBM i application development, IBM's Rational Developer for Power Systems, or RDP. You will see how to use RDP to write, compile, and debug IBM i programs from your PC.
Join industry expert Paul Touhy as he guides you through the process of preparing for applications in the new millennium. In the move away from "green screen," what are the programming requirements? Where does RPG fit in and how does it change to meet new requirements?