Welcome to the August edition of the Application Modernization & Connectivity Newsletter! While everyone continues to soak up the summer sun & fun, we are kicking back and preparing for the exciting upcoming celebrations we have planned for the remainder of 2019. Be sure to read through and register for the upcoming events and webinars!
New & Noteworthy
We’re heading into some very important celebrations as the summer months come to an end – join us online and in person for technology fun and significant milestones:
COBOL – Here’s to the next 60 Years Webinar: September 10 @ 1:00 p.m. EDT
Join the Micro Focus Application Modernization & Connectivity team as we celebrate the 60th year of the application development language COBOL. This session will explore, and celebrate, the language’s continued relevance: Register for the webinar here.
#DevDay Toronto: September 17 – Toronto, ON
Discover the What, How, and Where of Modernization as Micro Focus travels back to Toronto for #DevDay – our favorite COBOL/Mainframe Technical workshop. Register here.
#DevDay New York: September 19 – New York, New York
Learn how to modernize your core business applications and explore the new Micro Focus application modernization strategy @ #DevDay New York. Register here.
Ready to re-energize your Enterprise? Read our latest blog post on how #DevDay can help accelerate COBOL and Mainframe Application Modernization.
Automation in Host Access: The Journey from HLLAPI to Robotic Process Automation Webinar: September 24 @ 11:00 a.m. EDT
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the wide range of modern options available for leveraging host data to automate business processes to help you keep up with the competition. We’ll go over the different tools available for automation, including drag and drop, advanced integrated development environments (IDE’s), HLLAPI, and robotic process automation (RPA). Register for the webinar here.
We have a new home for our ever-popular Application Modernization & Connectivity TechTip Blog Series! Head this way for some helpful new information on our brand new tech tips site, designed to give our developer readers extra insight.
Don’t miss our latest TechTip: “A Day in the life…making application development easier, and faster” Read the blog here.
Did You Know?
The very first “standard” COBOL was called COBOL-60, which is interesting because COBOL will be celebrating 60 years very soon. Join us as we celebrate and explore the ever-lasting language. Register for the webinar here.
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