The concept of a mainframe user group that focused on providing a gateway for those new to the platform was intriguing to me. I soon became a member, and it was one of the best decisions I've made to help me succeed on the mainframe platform.
“Thank you” isn’t something most of us hear in our day-to-day routine. If we do our jobs right, nobody ever knows we’ve done anything. The experience of a SHARE event is unique. Without our volunteers, there is no SHARE — so take the time to say “thank you” to the people who make a difference.
Juliet Funt, the mastermind behind WhiteSpace at Work — a consulting agency that helps organizations retrieve their talented teams from beneath piles of crushing to-dos and relentless task assaults — explained that, in our connected, busy world, people are uncomfortable taking a pause to think.
The goal of the Open Mainframe Project is to establish collaboration among industry and academic partners to create areas of focus for advancing Linux on the mainframe for the benefit of the community and industry.
SHARE in San Antonio brought together a group of talented professionals to discuss new industry standards and regulatory compliance in the panel discussion, “Potpourri of New Industry Standards and Regulatory Compliance.”