SHARE’s zNextGen Project is a user-driven community of more than 1,000 members from 24 countries that launched in 2005 to provide the resources to help new and emerging IBM Z system professionals advance their skills and careers.
One of the many projects that make up SHARE is the zNextGen project, whose mission is to expose younger mainframe programmers to technical concepts and provide career development education and opportunities.
SHARE St. Louis is rapidly approaching (August 12–17, 2018) and with it comes a full slate of technical sessions and networking opportunities for participants in the zNextGen Project. As project manager Warren Harper explained in a recent interview, the zNextGen track at each SHARE conference is spe
There is a milestone on the horizon. One day IBM will manufacture their millionth System/360-descended mainframe. How will the industry prepare for this tipping point?
SHARE, the first-ever enterprise IT user group, strives to deliver important avenues of professional growth for the industry today. SHARE’s vision is to enable its members and partners to continually shape the future of the enterprise technology ecosystem.