Evangelizing Mainframe

Knowledge Is Produced to be Sold

Throughout our history, people have pretty much assumed that knowledge has some kind of intrinsic value. Schools and universities have developed to pass on our acquired knowledge and to find out yet more things.

Posted: 9/16/2014 12:43:38 AM by Trevor Eddolls | with 0 comments

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Our Destination z community boasts a variety of personalities, and we’re sharing a colorful look at some of our members. Find yourself or friends and associates by browsing through our commemorative caricature collection from Enterprise2013 and SHARE Anaheim 2014.

Member Spotlight

z/OS Test support/ EDItester

Newtech SRL

Years in IT—
5 years

My first mainframe job—
I got my first mainframe job this year as technical tester for EDI Billing App that runs on IBM z/OS with COBOL. I love working with the mainframe and I would like to become a COBOL for mainframe developer.

My favorite mainframe attribute—
It supports multiple programming languages and ability to use ISPF.

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