In a word ... software
In my job, I work with a lot of IBM software - occasionally, I find a new ( or new to me ) way to do things, or find some information from another source that I'd like to share.
This blog will provide a way to do that.
I've no intention of posting information that is not easily available in other places - I'm not going to reveal anything that isn't public domain ( I like my job, thanks very much ).
However, I'd hope that this may be a place to go if you're looking for something specific.
Much of the software that I use comes from IBM Lotus, or relates to IBM's portal platform - WebSphere Portal.
Therefore, most of my posts will cover this.
Again, please don't assume that you can avoid ever reading an IBM manual or redbook again - this is more "How I did it" than "How you should do it"
Geeking in technology since 1985, with IBM Development, focused upon Docker and Kubernetes on the IBM Z LinuxONE platform In the words of Dr Cathy Ryan, "If you don't write it down, it never happened". To paraphrase one of my clients, "Every day is a school day". I do, I learn, I share. The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent IBM’s positions, strategies or opinions. Remember, YMMV https://infosec.exchange/@davehay
Thursday, 25 January 2007
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