An i-based Revivalistic Look at looksoftware’s iBelieve Event

In between looksoftware’s annual user conference and the start of this year’s COMMON at Disney Land in Anaheim, California, was an unusual event: the iBelieve revival meeting for IBM i evangelisation. Dan Burger from IT Jungle was there and reported on the passion, glory, and star-power of those speaking at the event and those who attended the event.

Per Dan:

The point of the event was not to convert any of the attendees, but to inspire them to help with the conversion of the non-believers. It contained equal parts pride and passion. And was designed to pick apart misconceptions about IBM i.

And iBelieve had IBM i-star power attached to it with such community luminaries as father-of-the-i Frank Soltis; IBM i Product Manager Alison Butterill; IBM i programming gurus Jon Paris and Susan Gantner; and of course, Trevor Perry. It sounded like a pretty intense party that I would have like to seen.

To get the scoop on what happened, check out Dan’s report on iBelieve by clicking here.


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