Dr. Cameron Seay on mainframe bootcamp models; Darren Surch on creating a culture of learning through digital credentialing and more
As the existing mainframe workforce gradually ages out of the industry, effective mainframe training has become top of mind for the IBM Z ecosystem. But what strategies seem to work best, and where is there room for improvement?
When it comes to mainframe training, there’s not going to be a “one size fits all” answer. But taking into account various tips and techniques from training professionals in the IBM Z ecosystem is a place to start. Dr. Cameron Seay, Co-Chair of the Open Mainframe Project COBOL Working Group, and his colleague John Thompson, for instance, collaborated to create a replicable mainframe bootcamp model to help cultivate skills. Interskill Learning’s Darren Surch also notes that we can work to create a culture of learning through digital credentialing, comprehensive mainframe workforce training programs and more.
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