• Subject: COBOL and COMMON
  • From: Jim Essinger <esinger@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 22:08:10 -0700

Greeting fellow COBOL coders;

When I went to COMMON last week (or was it longer ago than that!?!) in New 
Orleans I found a distinct lack of COBOL sessions.  I was wondering if 
any  COBOL programmers went/go to COMMON, and what kind of sessions dealing 
with our choice of language (forced or not) you would like to see and would 
attend.  I would like to present some courses, but don't know where to 
start.  I have enjoyed the Latest and Greatest in ILE COBOL that Jon Paris 
has done in the past, and believe that this could be expanded on.

I don't want to spend time on a session that no one wants to 
attend.  Please post here any session ideas or frustrations you have with 
COBOL and I will see what I can to for next spring.  If we can get going 
really well, I may be able to get the company to send me every conference 
as a speaker.

Also post why you don't attend COMMON and where you find your training.

Jim Essinger
Senior Programmer/Analyst
Student Loan Fund of Idaho
Fruitland Idaho
208-452-4058 (voice)
208-452-5848 (fax)

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