Generation Z Competing on Mainframes

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IBM Z13Sign up to enter the Student Mainframe Hackathon @ SHARE Student Career Day!

We’re proud to partner with SHARE and IBM to sponsor the Student Career Day at the SHARE conference in Providence this August. This event will allow computer science and engineering students to get their hands on arguably the world’s most powerful computing platform–the IBM mainframe! – and win prizes. And–of course–they’ll be able to meet with industry experts who are looking to hire young engineering talent. It’s a win for everyone who participates.

Contestants will spend an entire day working on an IBM z13 alongside IBM and Rocket Software experts, showing off their skills, winning prizes…and earning bragging rights! The hackathon will include challenges to experience and exploit the power of z Systems. Experts will be available throughout the hackathon to help students navigate their way to the podium.

When: Tuesday, August 8
Where: SHARE Conference, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence RI

Register for free now: http://event.share.org/register
(Select Student Career Day registration type and use discount code SCD17)

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Andy Youniss
Andy Youniss co-founded Rocket Software in 1990 and continues to be the company's main driving force. Andy successfully established and actively manages Rocket's largest OEM partnerships and is guiding the company's growth through technology investments, acquisitions, new product lines, and strategic partnerships. Prior to founding Rocket Software, Andy was the development manager for DB View Inc., a software company specializing in DB2 database tools. Previously, he was a programmer/analyst at American Management Systems, and was also a project development consultant. Andy holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.

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