z/OS 1.10 stories from the trenches

z/OS 1.10 stories from the trenches

z/OS 1.10 stories from the trenches

Date: Mar 05, 2009
Austin high-school students attend the Share conference and discuss their first-time experiences seeing mainframe processing capacity up close.

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