There’s nothing more mainframe than a good assembler.
Being a good disassembler, in contrast, might be called “meta-mainframe” – to be able to dig into the details and pull out the patterns like Little Jack Horner pulling out a plum.
Now, a good mainfram
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.
Managing and securing the data from untold billions of transactions that the IoT brings will continue to be a challenge. Enter the mainframe, which seems ideally suited to rise to such a challenge at that scale. What role does mainframe play in the IoT, and what risks should companies be aware of?
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.
Scot Nielsen and Michael Bleistein a
There is nothing less PC than a mainframe – right? If a “personal computer” is a PC, then a mainframe is an EC (enterprise class) or BC (business class) computer. If PC stands for “politically correct” like cosmetically inoffensive interfaces, then the mai