Austin, TX (PRWEB)
October 18, 2017
The SHARE Inc. will host a presentation by CM First Group on the use and benefits of automated code comprehension software. http://www.cmfirstgroup.com. The webinar will review the challenges associated with maintaining and modernizing mainframe applications written in COBOL, RPG and other legacy development languages, and present new ways to extract and analyze business rules using software automation.
Webinar Title: “Supercharge Enterprise Software Development with Automated Static Analysis”
Abstract: Is your organization struggling through enterprise z/OS software development projects? Rudimentary or outdated program analysis technology and extensive manual efforts are likely the root causes. In this presentation, we will demonstrate a z/OS code comprehension technology based on automated static analysis and sophisticated program slicing. Using CM evolveIT technology, analysis projects that used to take weeks or months can now be accomplished in minutes with a very low error rate. http://cmfirstgroup.com/offerings/products/cm-evolveit/
- John Rhodes, Chief Technology Officer, CM First Group
- Roger Hammer, Product Owner, CM evolveIT
Date and Time: Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 1 p.m. EDT / 10 a.m. PDT
About CM First Group:
CM First is a global software and services company focusing on modernizing applications, managing technical debt and the agile development of enterprise apps. CM First software analyzes, documents and re-platforms legacy code bases with minimal errors and rework, including those that are too large and complex for humans to tackle in any reasonable timeframe. The company’s products and expertise have helped over 400 customers in the public and private sectors worldwide reach their desired future state faster and more cost effectively than by using conventional approaches. For more information, visit http://www.cmfirstgroup.com.
SHARE is an independent volunteer-run information technology association that provides education, professional networking and industry influence. SHARE began as the first-ever enterprise IT user group back in 1955, and continues to deliver important avenues of professional growth for the industry today. While the means of learning, networking and influencing this space have evolved – the desired result of providing a valuable user-driven perspective is the same. SHARE is here to lend a hand in training, to offer valuable collaboration opportunities and to embrace discussions on timely challenges.
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