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Six Groups and Resources for Millennial Mainframers

5/1/2015 8:43:35 AM | As the mainframe workforce continues to age, it’s important for millennials—those born from the early 1980s to early 2000s—to be educated and trained on the modern mainframe.

The need to continue learning and evolving is essential in any field, but it’s especially important for those working on enterprise systems. Many resources and groups are available for mainframers still in school or early in their careers, no matter if they are looking for more training, resources, jobs or a community of like-minded individuals.

Read in the May/June 2015 issue of IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe edition about six groups, including Destination z, that help those new to the mainframe to find a community of peers, information and resources, careers or training or more.

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