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Regardless of whether you still have COBOL developers or not. I'm talking about me showing you how to take advantage of your COBOL even if you have long since decided to move away from COBOL and have moved on to .Net or Java.
If I give you free software, free training, and free international publicity, would you be interested in finding out if the COBOL still has value for your company?
"Tell us more Robert!", you say with open curiousity. (at least that is how the voices sound in my head)
I'm willing to offer up arranging for you to get temporary licenses of Micro Focus Visual COBOL, some training on the product, and maybe even some help doing the work, if you'll let me tell the world about it. You and your company can remain anonymous if need be, but I want the story...
COBOL is still the right tool for the job and I want to prove it to you.
I'm especially interested in working with someone in Georgia or Florida (where I spend my time nowadays), but will make this open to one and all.
Let's get creative!
Want to find out if you can mix C# with existing COBOL?
Want to transform traditional procedural COBOL into a bunch of objects?
Want to see if you can deploy COBOL to your JVM? Or try to tie your customer portal to your backend COBOL application? I'm game.
If you are interested, send me a note to robert.collins-at-microfocus.com
COBOL is more relevant today than it has ever been. And I can prove it.