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Institute for Data Center Professionals – Online Training

If you are looking to improve your enterprise System Z computing skills including Networking, Security, COBOL, Assembler, DB2 and IMS, check out the Institute for Data Center Professionals that is sponsored by Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. They have an excellent System Z online program that is designed for anyone trying to advance their technical skills. The curriculum is extensive and unique. I taught a couple of assembler courses in the program last year. The program is very hands-on and you receive lots of personal assistance. If you are interested in this year’s program, you will need to hurry, though. Classes start in September. Here’s the link: http://idcp.marist.edu/

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Instruction of the Day: MVO

MVO is an old instruction that has fallen out of use, replaced by SRP.  Still, you will see it in older programs.  This video will get you up to speed on this “odd” instruction.  You will also find the code from the video here.

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