• COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language)

    COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language) was the first widely-used high-level programming language for business applications. Many payroll, accounting, and other business application programs written in COBOL over the past 35 years are still in use.

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  • Smith & Williamson starts legacy renewal with WhereScape Red

    Financial services company Smith & Williamson migrates Cobol data into SQL Server data warehouse in a bid to recreate and cleanse legacy data

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  • Cobol coders hit back at Net ageism

    IT professionals in their 40s and 50s have saved an engineering company £200,000 a year, by Web-enabling bespoke Cobol software.

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  • ICETOOL, SYNCTOOL utilities exclude mainframe subset files

    Mainframe programmers can turn to ICETOOL and SYNCTOOL utilities to avoid writing a COBOL program when working with records.

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  • We have hundreds of BMS map load modules that were last assembled and linked yrs ago

    We have hundreds of BMS map load modules that were last assembled and linked years ago when we still used RMODE(24) and AMODE(24) for everything. We still use these maps every day, but we shifted all of our COBOL code above the line.

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  • What COBOL interview questions have you been asked by prospective employers?

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  • Five COBOL interview questions to land a new job

    Time for a new job on the mainframe? Brush up on your COBOL basics and prepare for these strategic interview questions.

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  • Most important precautions when upgrading COBOL and CICS

    Are you missing the most important precautions when upgrading COBOL and CICS? Search390.com experts Jim Schesvold and Tom Ross will outline the necessary steps to ensure your upgrade goes smoothly.

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  • COBOL compilers improve big data, OLTP applications

    Application development tools optimize code only so much. For the most efficient code on intense apps, a COBOL compiler is still the go-to tool.

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  • Brush up on COBOL basics

    COBOL might be one of the oldest programming languages, but that doesn't mean developers know all there is to know. We have expert insights on COBOL basics.

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