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DB2 for z/OS Systems Engineer


Years in IT—

My first mainframe job—
Interning as a Sysprog running z/OS 1.10, getting my hands dirty with my first programming experience in Assembler, SAS and COBOL

My favorite mainframe memory—
Quite a few to go through as I started on the mainframe in 2007 at the age of 18. The first time I attended a SHARE conference and my eyes were truly opened to the world of enterprise computing and the true technology backbone of major industries and financial markets. This was an opportunity that broadened my horizons to the full and exciting world of mainframes and the future it holds.

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