Dr. John Ehrman was the source, and an appreciation of his role in modern mainframe computing was the object, when I interviewed him at SHARE in Atlanta in 2012. After discussing the mainframe context and his background, we began to seriously dig into the origins of High-Level Assembler (HLASM).
Across the United States, colleges and schools are renewing efforts to encourage women of all ages to enter science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Read about why and how women in the field are taking their career path into their own hands.
At SHARE Pittsburgh, Caliri will present the session, “An Introductory Tutorial on SMF and RMF, and What to Do with It.” We spoke with him to get an understanding of who he is as a subject matter expert, what his session will touch on, and what attendees can expect to learn from it.
The Status of SHARE session is a cornerstone of SHARE’s semi-annual events, and serves as an opportunity for the board of directors to report on the association’s activities and field questions from delegates.
SHARE launched the Women in IT initiative at this year's event in Phoenix. Through panel sessions, networking opportunities, and more, SHARE welcomed women in the field, and going forward will continue to have activities that create an environment of mutual support among existing members.