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Destination z Takes Off

Destination z celebrates 5 years of being an online z Systems community

7/18/2016 12:00:51 AM | As Destination z celebrates five years of being an online mainframe community open to all, we look at the members and content that make this the great place that it is.

Members contribute to the site through bios of themselves, having lively discussions in our forums, reading and writing blogs and articles, contributing to the next generation of mainframers through our scholarship, having caricatures drawn at conferences and more.

We appreciate you in all that you do and how you help make this a community that's out of this world.

View our infographic to learn more about the community, including links to more information and ways to become involved.

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