Serving on the Board of Directors is rounding out my experience and appreciation of SHARE — as a vendor, sponsor, speaker, volunteer, founding member of its Women in IT Initiative, and now as Director of Industry Influence and chair of the Editorial Advisory Committee.
SHARE Nibbles offers short, digestible content to members similar to how-to videos on YouTube. These 10-minutes or less tutorials, created by users, will present a quick learning opportunity for IT enterprise questions.
Dan Kelosky, principal software engineer at Broadcom, explored one such open source framework – Zowe – from an assembler point of view at SHARE Fort Worth in his session “Understanding Zowe from a z/OS Assembler Perspective.”
Several Women in IT panels (Sept. 21) preceded SHARE Virtual 2020 (Sept. 22–24 and Sept. 29–Oct.1) and set the tone for future innovation, calling attention to the need for greater diversity and out-of-the-box thinking.
I would be remiss if I did not start out my first “Message from SHARE” as president by thanking those who came before. Consider this a resounding “thank you” to SHARE Immediate Past President Justin Bastin for leaving the organization in such a great state.