Tuesday, January 21, 2014

SHARE eLearning Webcasts

I just saw this announcement in my mailbox about a SHARE Webcast with a title that drew my attention : 'z/OS Little Enhancements: Many Small Potatoes Can Make a Big Meal'. I must have missed previous announcements because it's not in my agenda. But I'm still just on time as it is for today at 18:00 p.m. Brussels Time. It's a SHARE webcast by Marna Walle and here's its content :
There are a lot of little functions to make life easier for z/OS system programmers that you probably didn't even know about. These are not items that will make headlines or probably Redbooks, but if you need them, they could save time for a busy system programmer. The webcast will cover several z/OS functions in prior releases that you may not have even heard about such as: BEGINPARALLEL in IEFSSNxx, Timed Event Data Report, IDCAMS delete enhancements, ISPF multiple move/copy targets and others. Most of these are probably available on the z/OS release you have right now!
Intriguing enough to register, don't you think ?

But take a look at the link above, because there are actually a lot more future webcasts over there. Some of them ?
  • Wednesday, February 5 : Intro to Crypto
  • Wednesday, April 30 : Top New z/OS Performance Functions Every Sysprog Should Understand
  • Wednesday, May 14 : Enterprise Computing: The Present and the Future 
  • Wednesday, June 11 : My z/OS has Analytics? 
  • Friday, July 11 : OMEGAMON Thresholds, Profiles and User Interfaces  
And there's more : at the link over here, you can find the webcast archive with "previous webcasts for viewing".

As I always say, just check it out !

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