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Last Post by MamawDenise

Some of us still do all of it - I've been around since computers had tubes (Bendix G-15...) and have been a mainframer since the 360 days - but also build servers, maintain and administer Novell, Microsoft and Linux servers, have worked with OS/2, write REXX and Clarion when I need things. Keep on doing new things - keeps me marketable.

Mainframes are still the best servers around, though....


Ah the good old days.... IBM 360 that occupied the space required by a factory boiler room, and had less processing power than a pocket calculator nowdays. Always been scared of becoming another boring old man who remembers when - but how many youngsters know how to use a hex editor to debug problems?

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