New Podcast: IBM System z Technical Overview – with Richard Lewis


By: chabowski

April 28, 2010 2:02 pm





Hey System z family and friends – today I´d like to share with you a real Mainframe delicacy. Richard Lewis from IBM’s Advanced Technical Skills Organization, an expert for mainframes and a real pioneer of Linux on the mainframe especially, sat down with the OpenAudio team and Mike Friesenegger to talk about System z history and technology. I normally use to refer to Richard with the words “he is one of those who wrote the first Linux for S/390 Redbook ( I read more than 10 years ago”. So yes – his work made a difference not just during the last decade. And we are really happy that Richard took the time to give us much more insight and let us benefit from his enormous knowledge.

Just listen – and share your feedback with us:

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