An interview with John Eells, whose career spanned more than 40 years at IBM in various roles, and many remember him most for his work on IBM’s z/OS installation strategy.
“Always write the documentation for your program before you write the program itself.” That’s the advice that Mike Cowlishaw, creator of the Rexx programming language, said he would give someone starting in development.
SHARE Past President Anne Caluori is working to collect and catalog important documents from SHARE’s more-than-60 years of history.
The SHARE requirements system is a web-based platform which lets those with an active share.org account (whether a corporate member or associate member) suggest enhancements to IBM’s products and services.
To quote management guru Peter Drucker, “You can't manage what you don't measure.” While this saying may have originated from the desire to manage revenue or business efficiency, it also applies to your shop’s transaction processing systems.