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    In this session we will be looking at how VS Code helps a new generation of developers more easily embrace the platform and become proficient in making changes. We'll talk about what tasks a developer needs to do, how it is supported in the IDE and we'll be talking to real next gen developers to understand how VS Code made the difference.

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    (Multi-vendor)Test your z/OS IDE knowledge in a game of Jeopardy. There is potential to earn nominal prizes and boast bragging rights while learning about the z/OS IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) features. Have some fun while learning what IDEs have to offer and how some customers exploit feature they absolutely could not live without!

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    The presenter continuously installed a new z/OS 3.1 driver every month from December 2022 through September 2023 and experimented with its new functions as they became available. He will show you how these new functions operate and provide you with warnings, hints & tips, caveats, etc. based upon his early experiences and post-GA follow-up. Additional Information: The z/OS V2R1 version of this presentation won a SHARE Best Session Award and the z/OS V2R5 version won a SHARE Best of the Best Session Award

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    This is part two of a two-part session that will be of interest to System Programmers and their managers who are upgrading to z/OS 3.1 from either z/OS V2.5 or V2.4. This session will cover technical actions to perform, as well as the speaker's personal view on those changes requiring particular attention. It is strongly recommended that you attend both for a complete upgrade picture.

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    This is part one of a two-part session that will be of interest to System Programmers and their managers who are upgrading to z/OS 3.1 from either z/OS V2.5 or V2.4. It is strongly recommended that you attend both sessions for a complete upgrade picture. In part one, the speaker will focus on preparing for your z/OS upgrade: changed content, ordering and delivery options, coexistence, upgrade, fall back, and service policies will be covered. Driving and target system requirements for both software and hardware will be highlighted along with some upgrade actions you can perform now on your current z/OS release.

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    Join us for a whirlwind tour to explore the latest enhancements available in z/OS 3.1 to learn how you can leverage the very latest z/OS has to offer!

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    Come to this session to meet the Core Platform z/OS Systems Programming and Hardware Volunteers and Partners. After a very brief overview of events, get the latest critical APAR updates and Red Alerts from John Shebey from IBM Level 2 Support. This is key information for keeping your systems running smoothly. To round out the session the legendary Cheryl Watson will provide a window into her storied career in mainframes, and more importantly, hear her thoughts on what the future holds for the platform we all love. This promises to be a fascinating and engaging talk, and for many, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet a true giant in the Mainframe Community.

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    PCI DSS Version 4.0 brings some critical requirements to Mainframe Cybersecurity. With version 3.2.1 being retired as of 31 March 2024 and version 4.0 fully enforced as of 31 March 2025 this is a meaningful conversation to start now. Come join the conversation on the new PCI DSS requirements, and let's discuss how those will impact your mainframe environment.

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    Cyber resilience is a framework of measures and capabilities designed to protect the mainframe infrastructure from cyber threats and attacks. It involves implementing security protocols, technologies, and practices that safeguard the mainframe’s critical data, applications, and infrastructure from unauthorized access, data breaches and other malicious activities. By ensuring robust cyber resilience, organizations can maintain the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of their mainframe systems, safeguarding their valuable resources and operations.

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    The world of mainframes is driven by continuous transactions containing sensitive data that needs protection from prying eyes. In this session we will dive into what SSL and TLS are, what certificates are, how certificates protect network traffic, and some common ways they are stored and used on the mainframe.