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z Systems Academic Initiative and Client Skills


Years in IT—

My first mainframe job—
1979: 3033 Director Test in manufacturing. I worked first, second and third shifts in both Poughkeepsie and Kingston, N.Y. The graveyard shift (third) as they called it was a killer!

My favorite mainframe memory—

A lasting (51 years) technology that's Extreme IT and made in the USA!

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