How can the mainframe world attract and retain millennial talent? That, and the mainframe skills gap, are two of the more important issues facing mainframers today. We’ll hear from Bill Seubert, IBM Z® Client Architect and mainframe educator, on these topics and more at SHARE Sacramento.
SHARE® Sacramento is fast approaching and some people may be asking, “Why are we going to Sacramento?” In fact, the more general question is, “Why are we no longer going to the big cities?” The answer is quite simple: We want to ensure the right value for our attendees.
How important is the programming language COBOL to modern IT environments? Estimates suggest up to $3 trillion in commerce flows through COBOL systems every single day, supporting financial transactions like mortgage servicing, deposits, check clearing and more.
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Ezriel Gross from Circle Software Inc has been hosting training sessions at SHARE conferences since the early 90s, offering popular sessions on basic and advanced CICS concepts – he’s even won a few best session awards. This year, at SHARE Sacramento, he’s got a full plate: five total CICS sessions
What if I told you that the mainframe has been “in the dock” for the past 54 years, and it’s about to hit the high seas? Or that the launch will be the result of being hammered by not one, but three impending tsunami-type events that are going to result in a complete sea change for t