Ever wish you knew more about the Interactive System Productivity Facility (ISPF)? Join us at SHARE Sacramento, March 11-16, to learn from experts about this very important software product for z/OS®. Dan Dirkse, former ISPF/PDF developer and technical editor for the Edit and Edit Macros publication, will be on hand at SHARE Sacramento to share tips on how to write and edit macros to maximize efficiency and productivity.
We spoke to Dan to find out what he has in store for Sacramento, and to hear what he thinks about the state of mainframe education. If you haven’t already, register for SHARE Sacramento by visiting event.share.org/register.
Heading to SHARE Sacramento? Make sure to stop by Dan’s “ISPF Master Class: Edit Macros” session on Wednesday, March 14, from 11:15 am to 12:15 pm. Log in here to save his course to your SHARE profile. And there’s still time to register for SHARE Sacramento, March 11-16, if you haven’t already.
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