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Open Mainframe Project participates in many events around the world to showcase the modern mainframe and how Linux and Open Source are first class citizens on it.

Check out the upcoming events listed below – and let us know if there is an event we should be at. Or if you have a meetup, join our program to help get the word out.

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Opening Mainframe Education – Join the Movement! Webinar

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am PDT

Join us on May 19 at 8-9 am PT/11 am – 12 pm ET for an Open Mainframe Project Webinar – this one will focus on the Mainframe Open Education Project! 
Mainframe Open Education (MOE) Project is a community partnership focusing on ‘open sourcing’ Mainframe learning roadmaps and community knowledge transfer. The MOE mission is to offer all mainframe users a platform to cultivate skill onboarding that is most critical to future hires and to allow for knowledge sharing and community contribution. Why? To make it easier for hiring managers to have access to a plan and co-develop valuable assets – much of it in the minds and archives of our respective organizations. Join us to learn more about this exciting movement and see how you can participate and contribute!

Jennifer Francis, IBM, Developer Advocate, OpenGroup Master Certified Architect

During the day I am a Developer Advocate. In this role, I get the opportunity to work with customers, business partners, and vendors on leading edge technologies and teaching developers how they can use them. I’m constantly challenged to find engaging ways to create technical material that can be used around the world at any time. It is a lot of fun!

When I’m not working, you’ll find me exploring my new home in the UK, expanding my baking skills through new bakes or cake decorating, and doing Olympic weightlifting training.

I’ve contributed to 3 IBM Redbooks, blogged for IBM, and created various customer workshops. If you Google me, you’ll find videos of me talking about various technologies I’ve worked with and my passion for bringing in new talent to work with and learn from. As time allowed while I was in the US, I worked with campuses in the Dallas area where I lived to encourage students to continue their technology-related studies and recruited on campus for IBM. I also am a member of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society. As a Cherokee, I love getting to network with others from similar backgrounds and volunteer to work with students who are paving the way for their families and keeping the culture alive.

 

Lauren Valenti, Head of Mainframe Education and Customer Engagement, Broadcom

Lauren is based in Melville, New York.  Her team is focused on ensuring customers and partners, who have adopted Broadcom Mainframe Solutions, have the right technical training designed to acquire, maintain and improve their IT skills for the Mainframe.  Lauren has held various positions in Marketing, Support, and Engineering since joining CA Technologies, now Broadcom, in 2000.