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5 reasons to learn mainframe programming

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I stumbled today across an article from Christopher O’Malley which is summarizing what I see since a while: People are looking again to Mainframe Skills as something valuable. There were times at the beginning of the century, where everybody wanted to only jump on new programming languages, but it seems there is some thoughts around also the old and established approaches. I like the statement of Christopher O’Malley in his article “If you’re an ambitious developer, you probably tend to follow industry buzz wherever it leads [….] but if you’re really ambitious, it could be smart to go contrarian and add a decidedly un-buzzworthy technology to your resume…”

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6 November 2019

Interesting items on the web (October 2019)

The Training & Skills team are voracious readers and we come across so much content on the web that would be of interest. We’re committed to making the most of your time – so we’ve chosen only the “best of the best” of the things we’ve seen this month, and present it here for your […]

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24 October 2019

The Critical Need for Mainframe Skills

Who uses mainframes? If you ever used an automated teller machine (ATM) to interact with your bank account, you used a mainframe. If you have traveled by air, you used a mainframe. If you filed a tax return, made a retail purchase or filed an insurance claim, you used a mainframe. Mainframe computers play a […]

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24 October 2019

IBM Training Provider Advisory Board

.  IBM Global Training Provider It was in the middle of 2013 when IBM moved to a Partner-led Training model. A lot of things have happened since then. At that time IBM covered around 60 countries with Education, and hardly had any Digital Learning Offering. Today, from working for six years with our five Global […]

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