• July 1, 2022


  • Rob Scott0 Posts

    Principle Architect, Mainframe Systems Tools, and Distinguished Engineer at Rocket Software. Starting out as an MVS systems programmer in the mid 1980s, I quickly became interested in the public domain software arena and I designed and developed the "MXI" freeware tool in the 1990s. I moved into full-time software development in 2003 and am currently employed by Rocket Software as a Principal Architect in Mainframe Systems Tools. In 2019, I was honoured to be given the title “Distinguished Engineer”. Part of my responsibilities at Rocket is the architecture and development of SDSF.


Modern Assembler Programming for z/OS

When I started at Rocket in 2003, I was migrating from a 20-year career as an MVS Systems Programmer who dabbled in writing assembler tools to a fully-fledged software engineer. At the time, the style of assembler that I used and the tools at my disposal were based on what had been in existence for […]