• Subject: RE: Cobol/400 training
  • From: Bob Clarke 3rd x4502 <clarke@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Nov 97 10:04:00 -0500
  • Organization: TERI

Jon Paris wrote:

>I will check with some of the schools I know to see if anyone is offering 
> a course.  What constitutes the "Northeast" for you ?

Basically, New England.  Though we may be willing to go farther if necessary 
(and I'm guessing it will be).

> One other possibility.  I was in Best Buy the other day and found a COBOL
> training package ($60 I think) that included AccuCobol.  Guess someone's 
> about the demand for COBOL programmers that the Year 2000 is generating!

My colleague has been a COBOL programmer for many years, mostly on IBM 
Mainframe.  She has been coding on the AS/400 for a couple of years now, and 
was involved in converting some Mainframe apps to the 400.  She tells me she 
is fairly comfortable writing batch processes, but not so much with on-line 
transactions.  What type of classes do you feel would most benefit this 
person?  Thanks very much for your input.


Bob Clarke
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