Choosing the Right Programming Language
DevOps » COBOL
by Surya Kant Verma
5M ago
In software engineering, selecting a programming language is a pivotal decision for any organization. Here's what you need to know ..read more
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BMC Adds More Tools to Modernize Mainframe Applications
DevOps » COBOL
by Mike Vizard
6M ago
The BMC AMI DevX Code Insights tool uses machine learning algorithms to break apart monolithic COBOL mainframe apps into subprograms that are easier to update and refactor ..read more
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VS Code for Mainframe: The Enterprise Developer Tipping Point
DevOps » COBOL
by Peter Wassel
6M ago
With the free and open Code4z extension pack, VS Code is mainframe-ready and it's a great tool for mainframe developers ..read more
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Convert COBOL Easily? Yes, Please!
DevOps » COBOL
by Don Macvittie
6M ago
IBM's preview of an AI tool to convert COBOL to Java has Don MacVittie cheering ..read more
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IBM Previews Generative AI Tool for Converting COBOL to Java
DevOps » COBOL
by Mike Vizard
6M ago
IBM this week announced it will preview a generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool for converting COBOL code running on mainframes into Java. The preview will be available next month during IBM’s TechXchange learning event, IBM said. Kyle Charlet, CTO for Z software at IBM, said watsonx Code Assistant for Z makes use of large language ..read more
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IBM LLM AI: COBOL to Java ASAP ¦ ARM IPO is GO!
DevOps » COBOL
by Richi Jennings
6M ago
In this week’s #TheLongView: Translating legacy COBOL code to a slightly more modern language, and Arm will go public (again) next month ..read more
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COBOL Is Taking Heat, but These Other Legacy Languages Could Burn You
DevOps » COBOL
by Brandon Edenfield
6M ago
COBOL is under fire, and as states such as New Jersey make headlines following vital system crashes that its citizens depend on—such as unemployment benefits—organizations are pointing fingers at the programming language as the source of their technological woes. However, while COBOL is a 50+-year-old programming language, there are still many use cases for it ..read more
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DRY Comes to COBOL in IBM Z Development
DevOps » COBOL
by Bob Reselman
6M ago
Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) is a fundamental tenet of modern computer programming. Just about every CS student is taught that duplicating code in an application is an accident waiting to happen. The hazard is that you might alter a piece of code in one place, only to leave another identical instance of that code unchanged ..read more
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Is COBOL Here to Stay? Five Signs IT is Ready to Modernize
DevOps » COBOL
by Cameron Jenkins
6M ago
With increased demands and challenges around compliance and regulations, plus growing expectations for IT to provide more value-added services, companies are looking for more flexible and collaborative options. Interestingly though, while some IT departments have updated legacy systems, COBOL code has continued to be a mainstay. In fact, COBOL just turned 60 and many are ..read more
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