When will the mainframe’s survival no longer be a surprise? Even when reading positive accounts of mainframe developments, you can often detect this sense of wonder.
Learning is an essential part of effective teaching; any good teacher will tell you that. If you’ve convinced yourself you know everything you need to know, you’ll miss a lot of important information.
This is true of mainframe professionals – whether they are experienced hands at COBOL and JCL or
With the economy on the upswing, more companies will be hiring this year. Will recent college grads be ready to slot in smoothly at your company? Probably not, says this report, which found that only 8 percent of its 376 respondents would rate their recent entry-level hires as "well-trained, ready t
A recent employer survey shows that one out of four companies are concerned about the technical aptitude of job candidates, but there is even greater concern about their lack of business skills.