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02.26.2013

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Visual COBOL is an agent of change. Both flexible and robust, it bridges the gap between ongoing application maintenance and the innovation needed for future efficiencies.

More clients than ever, from independent software vendors through to major logistics companies are reaping the benefits.  Visual COBOL takes business-critical enterprise applications to new platforms, such as cloud and mobile, without rewrites, with minimal risk and with significant cost savings and development efficiencies.

Catch up

Hosted by the Micro Focus Visual COBOL product team (Scot Nielsen , Product Manager and Ed Airey, Product Marketing) – the Visual COBOL webinar series is a collection of helpful, 45-minute tutorials beneficial for anyone working on COBOL application development.

The sessions cover everything from the basic ‘understanding Visual COBOL’ and ‘getting started with Visual COBOL’ through to more technical sessions including ‘reusing COBOL business logic with Java’ and ‘.NET’.

Over 1000 attendees came away from the live webinars with the valuable insight and practical knowledge they need to make more of what they have by moving to more contemporary platforms without risking the intellectual property and data built up over time.

The live events are now available as a series of recorded sessions you can watch at your own pace.

Have your say

We’re keen to bring you more educational sessions and we’d like your help. If you have feedback that will help us ‘fine tune’ the existing format or you’d like to nominate a particular topic of interest – then we’d appreciate your opinion.

Complete the short survey here. Thanks!

And the winner is…

Lucky attendee Mike Slicker – who tuned in to every live webinar – also came away with a Kindle Fire as a reward for his 100% record. But it’s not too late for everyone to feel the benefit of this accessible and informative series.

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