Tag Archives: COBOL

The Report of My Death Was an Exaggeration

“The report of my death was an exaggeration.”

– Mark Twain

Ah yes, another conference another old technology is declared dead.  Mainframe… dead.  Any programming language other than Java…. dead.  8 track tapes …OK, well some things thankfully do die, along with the Ford Pinto that I used to listen to the Beatles Greatest Hits Red Album over and over again on that 8 track… ah yes the good old days, but I digress. (more…)

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Hierarchical Data – More Than Just XML

In a recent Aberdeen Group Analyst Insight paper it was identified that 50% of their survey respondents were currently integrating Hierarchical data sources with 13% planning to implement this capability in the next 12 months. But the changing trend is that of those organisations currently integrating XML data where nearly a third are using or are planning to integrate other Hierarchical sources with the need to integrate JSON coming out in the lead with COBOL records and Google Protocol Buffers close behind. Apache AVRO has not been integrated much currently but shows the biggest growth in planned integration and also number of projects. (more…)

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