2015 brought us a brand-new SHARE.org, 60th anniversary celebrations at two successful events, the launch of this newsletter, an expanded video presence and the first-ever SHARE white pieces. What else could we possibly have in store? The answer: So much more!
David Rivard currently serves as z System Channel and Product Manager for SSH Communications Security. As with many of today's top mainframe experts and professionals, he is a longtime industry veteran and proud of it.
There are a myriad of considerations that must be taken into account when choosing a venue for a SHARE event. However, they break down into five major categories. SHARE Director Marty Zimelis explores each of these considerations.
This story begins with a suggestion from IBM’s John Ehrman at the summer SHARE meeting in 2000. John “owned” the High-Level Assembler program (HLASM) at IBM, and he was always looking for ways to share his knowledge and enjoyment of assembler language with others.
Dusty Rivers began his career in June 1977 as an engineer for BellSouth, sticking with the company for nearly two decades. In the spring of 1997, he became a senior engineer and consultant at IONA Technologies. Seven years later, he joined GT Technologies.