72684: Leveraging z/OS Assembler Knowledge From a Newbie
Project and Program: Application Development
, Programming Languages
, Application Architecture
, SHARE Atlanta 2023
In the early 90's universities across the United States collectively started
removing their mainframe computers. Maintenance for the machines became too
costly and administrations started to rely upon other resources for their
computing needs. The result of this transition was the end of IBM Assembler
Language Programming and COBOL classes at most universities. Programmers who are
capable of developing software for the mainframe have become increasingly rare.
In contrast, the demand for mainframe programming continues to grow stronger.
This session will show how to write and execute your own assembler programs in a
very non-technical style and put you on the right path to conquer the learning
curve associated with the assembler language.
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