This August, I took on a new role within SHARE’s leadership and became Director of Conference Operations. This role will challenge me in new ways and I am excited about the coming year.
For the typical mainframer, any system that does not have the letter z at the beginning of its name is not really a system worth considering or working with. Those “other” systems are widely known as “Toy Town” systems. Systems for the little kids to play with.
Businesses are being challenged to change the way they operate, including the need for faster service delivery and access to apps and services on multiple platforms or devices. Learn how the mainframe – and IMS in particular – can support the drive for business growth and innovation.
Are you a mentor or a mentee? In a recent SHARE presentation, Rosalind Radcliffe and Frank De Gilio, both IBM Distinguished Engineers, explained that mainframers — regardless of their experience level — should seriously consider being both.
If you’re wondering whether you really need a mentor, the
At his first SHARE event in August 1971, Aron Eisenpress made a connection that would set the tone for his next 40-plus years as a SHARE attendee, volunteer and, eventually, Board member.
At the time, Eisenpress was one of the systems programmers at Columbia University for an IBM System/360 Model 7