As I study new technology including IBM products, I like to make notes on what I find. The act of making notes helps me re-enforce and remember what I learn and provides a handy desk reference when I need some information in the future. Rather than let these notes languish in a folder on my PC, I try and polish them into book format and make them available to any and all who may find value within.
This book covers my travels into IBM's Operational Decision Manager product. My plan is to continue to update these notes in the moths and years ahead and refresh the PDF that you are reading now on a regular basis.
Neil Kolban grew up in Scotland in the city of Glasgow. He has worked in the IT business for the last 29 years and has a masters degree in computer science. He now lives in Texas in the USA and has been there for the last 24 years.
Although primarily a software designer and developer, in 2015 he stumbled across the Raspberry Pi and bought one to see what the fuss was about. From there he got hooked and now dabbles in all aspects of micro processor units including the ESP8266, ESP32, Pi, C.H.I.P., Arduino, Onion and more.