COMMON 2013 Fall Conference and Expo
The COMMON 2013 Fall Conference & Expo is the conference event designed to satisfy the needs and demands of the COMMON community. Join us for two and a half days of in-depth education on a broad range of relevant IBM i, AIX, and Linux topics. Over 100 educational sessions plus pre-conference workshops from industry experts, vendors, and peer speakers comprise one of COMMON's most cost-effective conference with minimized time spent out of the office. Plenty of opportunities for credentials via COMMON's independent certification exams, networking with solution providors and peers, and a tabletop-style expo with premier vendors are available to attendees.
COMMON 2013 Fall Conference & Expo
September 9 - 11, 2013
Renaissance Grand St. Louis • St. Louis, Missouri
There is still time to register and attend the Fall Conference -
With so many options for educational sessions, networking events, and the expo, with the a hotel rate of only $129 a night you'll get the maximum return on investment for attending.
Online Session Guide Available
Join sessions on hot topics like Open Access, Mobile Access, Client Connectivity, Systems Management, Embedded SQL, XML with RPG, Security Updates, basic syntax to advanced features for RPG, PHP, SQL, and non-technical topics on developing business skills. Attend Power Systems related topics including Upgrading Hardware and Operating Systems, Programming Languages, and Legacy Code Modernization.
Find out more about the sessions, speakers, and Courses of Study that will be available this September by clicking here to view our Online Session Guide. Check back frequently as we update and add new content!
“We asked members and non-members to see what type of education would benefit them the most in this economic state and what they are looking for in a conference. Based on their responses, we have developed this Fall Conference & Expo to meet those needs. It will offer great value to attendees and benefit the overall Power Systems community,” said Pete Massiello, Chair of the Fall Conference Task Force.