The 2020 edition of SHARE will be held from the 2nd to the 7th of August 2020 at Hynes Convention Center in Boston (United States).
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11/1/19, 4:27 AM
Awesome new attendee experience
SHARE was amazing and a good ground to be exposed to enterprise IT. As a new breed to the mainframe, I was glad to meet the mainframe family and to be exposed to what the next future of technology looks like. SHARE had great sessions that really helped out with gaining knowledge and networking.Translate
8/27/19, 11:37 AM
SHARE is a must-attend event.
SHARE should be a must-attend event for mainframers. The education is great; but the fellowship of fellow mainframers is what I enjoy most.Translate
8/27/19, 1:06 AM
SHARE is the conference for Mainframers and their Management!
Yes - the SHARE conference is for both the deeply technical professional and for leaders who manage mainframe compute resources and applications. The conference is organized into well thought out and well planned tracks, like Application Architecture, DevOps, Storage, etc; AND offers key topics for leadership development and for strategy. It is also a HUGE Meetup! I left the #SHAREpgh (as in Pittsburgh) with more insight on Zowe and the Open Source strategy for the Mainframe (or IBM Z), for DevOps, for CICS and the new options for Hybrid Multicloud Application Architectures. An outstanding investment of time and budget!Translate
8/22/19, 7:28 PM
Just Great.... Just Great
Great event for all in the mainframe world.... Great to catchup with everyone Great to be able to presentTranslate
8/22/19, 1:06 AM
This was my 1st "formal" year attending and participating in SHARE and loved it, thanks everyone!!
This was my 1st "formal" year attending and participating in SHARE and loved it, thanks everyone!! I can't wait to get back and I hope to be invited to the February event as well, huge win for all, congratulations to everyone who helped make it happen, huge shout out to the amazing team at Broadcom for their support of both the event, and the SHARE community, and also big shoutout and thank you to Broadcom for getting me there.. rock stars.. ( Broadcom is the best Mainframe company on the plant IMHO ;-)Translate
8/21/19, 11:38 PM
Great event to learn and share expertise
SHARE is the biggest event within Z community. As always it was a great opportunity to learn about new products, features and offerings. Being able to network and change experiences with different people from different vendor from all over the globe is unique.Translate
8/21/19, 12:04 PM
My first experience on SHARE
This year I had the chance to participate SHARE for the first time, and I must say that the event quality exceeded my expectations!Translate
5/31/19, 11:26 AM
My first SHARE experience
SHARE was one of the best conferences I have been to and a really good learning experience, It was amazing to talk to so many ppl who work hard for ZTranslate
5/6/19, 3:35 PM
SHARE Creates Opportunities
I was fortunate to attend SHARE for the first time in 2018 at St. Louis. It was a great opportunity for someone new to the mainframe industry, like myself, to connect with industry leaders and to learn about emerging trends. I met a lot of great people and was able to reconnect with them in 2019 at SHARE Phoenix where I decided to present on Zowe and open source on the mainframe. Overall, I would recommend attending SHARE if you are looking to connect with other mainframers, learn about emerging trends, or even present your views about a specific topic to a community of mainframe influencers. It’s also a great way to get feedback and support for your personal and professional objectives.Translate
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