IBM will host a three-part contest in enterprise computing on Mon., Oct. 7, to give students hands-on experience in advanced programming that can make you more competitive in the industry. You’ll perform challenges taken from real-life situations encountered by experienced systems programmers, using extensive systems programming and application developing skills with multiple operating systems (Linux on System z, z/VM, z/OS, z/TPF).
To compete, select Russ College Professor of Computer Science David Chelberg when prompted for the educator at Ohio University who is enrolled in the IBM Academic Initiative. or, to enroll an instructor at no cost, visit www-03.ibm.com/ibm/university/academic/pub/page/mem_join/.
To register, visit contest-reg.dfw.ibm.com/contest/usaca.nsf/MTM/studentstemp starting Sept. 10.
For more info., visit https://contest-reg.dfw.ibm.com/contest/usaca.nsf