What does the word ‘re-energize’ mean to you? A spa vacation would be a great way for me to get my mojo back. Modernizing core business applications does the same job for enterprise IT; a renewal process that gives what you have a fresh sense of purpose. Less fun than a vacation, sure, but just as good for business. A #DevDay event is a day out of the office that could bring new life to your work.
Digital transformation – your journey begins here
Success in the digital era needs adaptive IT systems that can handle constant change, and enable the swift innovation that keeps you ahead of the competition. Our newest product releases, Visual COBOL 5.0 and Enterprise Suite 5.0 help by enabling application, process and infrastructure modernization.
Core system modernization, as part of a digital transformation vision, is a new journey for many IT organizations. The destination looks different for every enterprise, so you’ll need a guide. Meet our product teams at the #DevDay events in NYC and Toronto. They’ll walk you through how the new, feature-loaded versions of Visual COBOL and Enterprise Suite can support your modernization strategy.
What you’ll experience:
The new Micro Focus application modernization strategy
– Developer-led sessions with tech tips and best practices
– Tech tracks focused on today’s modernization priorities
– Our popular Ask the Experts’ panel discussion
– Plenty of networking opportunities
Community Topic: The language of COBOL and its continued relevance
Toronto, Canada is on Tuesday, September 17 while New York City is on Thursday, September 19. Want to meet one of COBOL’s heroes? Laurie Wallmark, author of Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code will be in NYC for the networking reception, offering a special book signing opportunity.
Check out our showreel!
Is this your first #DevDay event? Take a look at this #DevDay Infographic, and these product release webinars for Visual COBOL 5.0 and Enterprise Suite 5.0. Anyone looking at digital transformation for the enterprise should bookmark our webinar page.
The quickest, most efficient, least risky path to digital righteousness is not to rip and replace, but to build on what you have. The ‘big 3’ analysts, Forrester, Gartner, and IDC all agree on a path to modernization – and it makes for an interesting reading.
Join the COBOL SIG Community
Ever wonder how other application developers are working with COBOL systems? Would you like to meet other like-minded COBOL developers? Or perhaps expand your personal network and build new skills? If so, the COBOL SIG is the place for you.
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