What do I need to do to become a mainframe designer?

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How can you become a mainframe designer ?
ASKED: October 15, 2010  3:52 PM
UPDATED: October 30, 2010  6:14 AM

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Mainframe is the industry term used for a large computer, which supports thousands of users across the globe. IBM mainframe computer has been called as dinosaur of the technology world. It is widely used by large industrial houses, Financial institutes, insurance companies, railways, automobile industry etc.

Course is provided by IBM and designed for people interested in a career in Z/OS application or system programming, that require a broad background on mainframe processing and programming concepts and application. The course is for entry level who understands design, code, test, and debug programs. This course intended for CICS application designers, application programmers, system programmers or operators who need to understand how CICS capabilities and facilities and to write application programs to access CICS.

The eligibility is MCA, BCA, B.Sc(IT), M.Sc(IT), B.Sc, B.Tech or B.E, O Level, A Level and Commerce people.

For more details u may invoke IBM site !

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