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What’s been happening at iTech-Ed Ltd this year?

Trevor Eddolls

On 12 November there was a fact-filled presentation to the Virtual CICS user group from Mary Abdill. Mary's talk was called "Finding Your Way with a CICS MAP".

Also in November, Trevor’s blog “IMS V15 Offers Security, Performance Enhancements” was published on the Destination z Web site.

There was an intriguing presentation on 10 October to the Virtual IMS user group from Michael Schäfer, Senior Software Architect and Developer at Saarstahl AG with Henry Kiesslich of Kiesslich Consulting entitled “SQL to IMS”.

Trevor’s blog “If Your Mainframe Were an Animal, What Would It Be?” was published on the Destination z Web site in October.

There was a brilliant presentation on 12 September to the Virtual CICS user group from Colin Pearce. His talk was called "CICS Storage Violations". Nearly 70 people attended.

Also in September, Trevor’s blog “Locking Up the Weakest Link in Mainframe Security” was published on the Destination z Web site.

In August, Trevor’s blog “What’s waiting round the mainframe corner?” was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site. Also in August, Trevor’s blog “The Mainframe Explosion: Prepare for the Future” was published on the Destination z Web site.

And there was an interesting presentation on 22 August to the Virtual IMS user group from SQData’s Scott Quillicy entitled “Real-Time Streaming – IMS to Apache Kafka and Hadoop”.

The Virtual CICS user group meeting on 11 July enjoyed a presentation from GT Software's Glenn Schneck. He talked about “CICS in an API World”.

Trevor’s blog “Tips For Getting Your Website Running and Optimized” was published on the Destination z Web site in July too.

A great presentation on 6 June to the Virtual IMS user group from IBM’s James L Martin entitled “IMS Open Database: You need to know what application developers do not know”.

Also in June, Trevor’s blog, “What’s the Future for IMS?”, was published on the Destination z Web site.

Lastly in June, Trevor's interviews – “Expert Interview (Part 1): Trevor Eddolls of iTech-Ed on Mainframe’s Role in Today’s IT”, and “Expert Interview (Part 2): iTech-E’’s Trevor Eddolls Offers Mainframe Tips for IT Teams” – were published on Syncsort’s blog site as part of their Expert Interview Series.

In May, Trevor’s blog, “What’s Next for Mainframes”, was published on the Destination z Web site.

Also in May, Trevor’s blog “2020 vision” was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site.

The Virtual IMS user group enjoyed an interesting presentation from GT Software's Dusty Rivers, entitled, “IMS in an API and Cognitive World” at the 11 April meeting.

Also, Trevor’s blog, “Corporate Culture”, was published on the Destination z Web site in April.

On 7 March, the Virtual CICS user group enjoyed another 5-star presentation from Circle Software’s Ezriel Gross. His talk was called “Introducing C\Prof – visualizing CICS applications using only the CICS internal trace”. C\Prof is produced by Fundi Software.

Also in March, Trevor’s blog “Bringing DevOps to your mainframe” was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site. And, Trevor’s blog, “A Hidden Gem”, was published on the Destination z Web site.

There was a fascinatingly detailed presentation from James Wilson, Software Developer at BMC Software, entitled, “IMS User Exits for Data Tailoring” at the 7 February meeting of the Virtual IMS user group.

February also saw Trevor’s blog, “The Best ‘Computor’ Ever?”, published on the Destination z Web site.

In January, the always popular Arcati Mainframe Yearbook 2017 was published. You can download a copy here – it’s FREE. Last year’s edition was downloaded around 21,000 times during the course of the year, and Trevor is Editorial Director for this highly-respected annual source of mainframe information.

Also in January, Trevor’s blog, “2016 in review”, was published on the Destination z Web site. And Trevor’s blog “No pain, no gain?” was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site.

The Virtual CICS user group meeting on 31 January enjoyed an interesting presentation from Luis Carlos Silva, DevOps for z Systems Product Line Manager at IBM. He talked about “UrbanCode – Helping CICS Developers Everywhere Tackle their New Year’s Resolutions!”. IBM’s Mark Cocker gave a great demo showing how the things discussed fitted in with CICS.

IBM Information Champion

IBM last recognized Trevor Eddolls as an IBM Champion in 2016. He had been an IBM Champion every year since 2009.

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