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SHARE Article – The Open Mainframe Project and COBOL

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The Open Mainframe Project and COBOL IBM Champion Cameron Seay, adjunct professor at East Carolina University, discusses the The Open Mainframe Project, its COBOL goals, and generating academic buy-in for training programs.   https://blog.share.org/Article/the-open-mainframe-project-and-cobol?utm_source=sharedintelligence&utm_medium=email     Leonard J Santalucia CTO | … Read More »

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April 6th Announcement – IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 1.1 brings COBOL capabilities to the Linux on x86 environment

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IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 1.1 brings COBOL capabilities to the Linux on x86 environment https://www.ibm.com/products/cobol-compiler-linux-x86 https://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/ShowDoc.wss?docURL=/common/ssi/rep_ca/0/897/ENUS221-020/index.html&request_locale=en Regards, Len Leonard J Santalucia CTO | Business Development Manager | Certified Specialist | IBM Champion Chair Linux Foundation Open Mainframe Project Vicom … Read More »

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Article; Unlocking COBOL Business Value

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Unlocking COBOL Business Value; How the Open Mainframe Project’s COBOL Working Group is changing perspectives, closing the skills gap, and  leveraging modern COBOL features to maximize cost savings https://techchannel.com/Admin/IBM/media/PDFs/TechChannel_ebookCOBOL_March2021.pdf Regards, Len   Leonard J Santalucia CTO | Business Development Manager | … Read More »

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COBOL is an important language on the modern mainframe that enterprises and developers continue to rely on.

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COBOL is an important language on the modern mainframe that enterprises and developers continue to rely on. https://developer.ibm.com/technologies/cobol/ Regards, Len Leonard J Santalucia CTO | Business Development Manager | Certified Specialist | IBM Champion Chair Linux Foundation Open Mainframe Project Vicom … Read More »

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