Webinar: Lessons Learned: Moving from Net Express to Visual COBOL
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Webinar: Lessons Learned:  Moving from Net Express to Visual COBOL

Lessons Learned: Moving from Net Express to Visual COBOL

When: Thursday, May 28, 2020
10:00 - 11:00 PM PDT (Los Angeles), 1:00 - 2:00 PM EST (New York), 19:00 - 20:00 CEST (Frankfurt)
Where: Webinar
Contact: Teri Sarallo

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This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit COBOL Special Interest Group.

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Your infrastructure may need to be upgraded at some point in time. While doing so, you may encounter some rather perplexing obstacles that you have never come across. Learn how to overcome some of these pitfalls to help move your Micro Focus COBOL into the modern age.

  • See how scripting can impact your code
  • Get some ideas on how to manage the performance of your system/code


Jerome Rose
Business Systems Analyst

  • Vivit COBOL SIG Leader, Jerome Rose with Infosys
  • Has over 25 years experience as a mainframe COBOLdeveloper/analyst and more recently as a Business Systems Analyst in a distributed platform
  • Has interacted with many clients across markets but will definitely share his experience in two key areas; health care and finance


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