As an IT professional, you’re used to sharing your knowledge, whether it’s showing programming techniques to your IT staffers at work, posting performance-tuning tips to colleagues in an online forum or swapping backup stories with attendees at a user conference. We at eServer Magazine find such professional collaboration laudable. That’s why we’d like to offer you the opportunity to share a bit of your knowledge with us.
Here’s the deal: Send us your mainframe tip and, if it’s published, you’ll not only see your name in eServer Magazine, you’ll receive an eServer Magazine t-shirt or hat for your trouble.
A tip is simply information that can educate others. It can be a few words, or a few hundred words, on any aspect of using mainframe systems. Look at it this way: If you’ve dispensed any systems know-how over the years, chances are it’s tips-worthy. (Especially if you were immediately thanked for your input.)
E-mail tips, along with your preference for a tshirt or hat (and, in the case of the former, shirt size), to Doug Rock, editor and publisher, at email@example.com.