A recent study by Share, a group for mainframe and other large system users, has found that the larger the company, the more popular service-oriented architecture (SOA) becomes.
IDG News Service - ZNextGen, an organization aimed at young mainframe programmers, has gained significant momentum since it was created roughly two years ago through IBM and its user group, Share, according to its leaders.
The Enterprise Strategies Newsletter from Enterprise Systems intrigued me with a title of one of their articles "Reality Check: A Closer Look at System z's Late-2007 Stumble". It tells the story of how the mainframe sales "stumbled" during the third quarter of 2007.
"SHARE Conference Special Report Fall 2007" featured in SearchDataCenter.com.
Mainframe programmers and sysadmins get more than just sales pitches and informational talks at SHARE this week -- they also get real-world training.