Common Europe Luxembourg is a non-profit association whose objective is to promote the use of IBM products, and more particularly the “Power Systems” range as well as the “OS/400 – i5/OS – IBM i” (or whatsoever IBM decides to call it) Operating System.
This association created in 1983 brings together around thirty companies using IBM Power Systems in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Through regular meetings, we intend to present the developments in the IT world and the technical and structural implications linked to the implementation of new tools in an established organization.
You will find on this site an overview of previous meetings. Lively, friendly and informative, they also allow members to meet and exchange ideas.
A Committee elected by the members is responsible for the program of the meetings. The strictly technical subjects, generally reserved for IT specialists, take the form of technical days or half-days. Other subjects are addressed both to IT specialists and to those in charge of a specific department. Each subject is treated in all its aspects and allows everyone to form their own opinion.
In a word, this association seeks to transmit information on all of the repercussions that the use of a computer tool can have.
Finally, last but not least, registration for this Club represents a budget of only 300 € per year per company and gives access to all the meetings organized by the Local Committee.
In addition to these activities, this association is a member of Common Europe, which each year brings together several hundred people for its annual congress. At this event, researchers from IBM laboratories, as well as leading specialists presented no less than 30 topics.
A face-to-face event based on PHP and Python on IBM i is in the process of being set up. Check updates through the agenda !
Common France kindly proposes us to particiapte to their next virtual event. Check the agenda !
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