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What’s been happening at iTech-Ed Ltd this year?
On the 13 August, the Virtual IMS user group heard lots of great questions to ask and got lots of useful information about APIs from Dusty Rivers, Director, z Systems Software: IMS & CICS at GT Software in a presentation entitled “IMS APIs... You Don’t Know, What you Don't Know”.
Also in August, Trevor’s blog, “The Mainframe–2029” was published on the Destination z Web site.
In July, Trevor was featured as an IBM Champion in IBM Systems Magazine in an article entitled, “The 2019 IBM Z Champions on the Value of the Platform”.
Also in July, Trevor’s blog “Breach recovery – the fast and the furious!” was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site. And his blog, “Tell Me About zCX” was published on the Destination z Web site.
And on the 23 July, the Virtual CICS user group enjoyed a fact-packed demo from Colin Pearce. He was explaining “How to solve CICS Enqueue problems”.
At the end of July, Trevor’s blog from ESM was reworked and republished on the Syncsort Web site as, “The Eye-Opening Benefits of Mainframe Computers”.
On the 11 June, the Virtual IMS user group absorbed lots of great information from James Martin, Senior Solutions Advisor for Rocket Software. His presentation was entitled “What's new in IMS Connect Extensions V3.1”.
Also in June, Enterprise Systems Media (ESM) ran an article by Trevor, “A Wake-Up Call!”. And Planet Mainframe picked out “A wake-up call!” in their section on blog articles from other sources that they feel are interesting enough to talk about on the Planet Mainframe blog.
In addition in June, Trevor’s blog “I Would Be Compliant, but I Don’t Have Time” was published on the Destination z Web site.
In May, Trevor’s blog “Securing data in transit” was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site. And his blog “IBM Knows You’re Leaving” was published on the Destination z Web site.
And on the 14 May, the Virtual CICS user group meeting enjoyed an another great technical presentation from Tom Dunlap, CTO at Themis Inc. He talked about “The CICS / MQ Interface”.
The Virtual IMS user group meeting on 9 April enjoyed an interesting presentation from Scott Quillicy, Principal at SQData Corporation, entitled “IMS CDC to Kafka - Performance and Tuning”.
Also in April, Trevor’s blog “Liberty Profile” was published on the Destination z Web site.
On the 5 March, the Virtual CICS user group meeting enjoyed another excellent presentation from Ezriel Gross, former CEO of Circle Software. He discussed “Efficient management of online resources using CICS Configuration Manager”.
Also in March, Trevor’s blog, “Multi-Factor Authentication”, was published on the Planet Mainframe Web site. And his blog “Why We Need Pervasive Encryption” was published on the Destination z Web site.
On the 5 February, the Virtual IMS user group meeting enjoyed an excellent presentation from Kevin Hite, Senior Technical Staff Member (STSM) - IMS Architect at IBM, entitled “IMS ODB”.
Also in February, Trevor’s blog “The 2019 Arcati Mainframe Yearbook ” was published on the Destination z Web site.
The exciting news in January was that Trevor Eddolls was recognized by IBM as a 2019 IBM Champion. IBM said: “On behalf of IBM, it is my great pleasure to recognize you as a returning IBM Champion in 2019. Congratulations! We would like to thank you for your continued leadership and contributions to the IBM technology community. This recognition is awarded based on your contributions for the 2018 calendar year. ”
Also in January, Trevor’s blog, “A Look at 2018 and a Nod to 2019”, was published on the Destination z Web site.
And on the 15 January, the Virtual CICS user group meeting enjoyed an wonderfully technical presentation from Tom Dunlap, CTO at Themis Inc. He talked about “The CICS / DB2 Interface”.
Lastly, January saw the publication of the always popular Arcati Mainframe Yearbook 2019. You can download a copy here – it’s FREE. Last year’s edition was downloaded around 21,000 times during the course of the year, and Trevor is Editorial Director for this highly-respected annual source of mainframe information.
IBM has recognized Trevor Eddolls as an IBM Champion in 2019. He has been an IBM Champion since 2009.
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