zSummer University in Germany

From August 27th to September 7th, the IBM Development Lab in Boeblingen, Germany, will be hosting this year's zSummer University - two weeks full of lectures, practical workshops, and programming courses where selected students will learn about important System z hardware and software products and can put their new knowledge into immediate practical use. There will be plenty of opportunities for intense discussions and networking, not only during the workshops and educations, but also at the kick-off meeting and half-way party. Besides touching upon some more general topics like the Cell Broadband Engine processor and novel programming languages, the zSummer University will focus on:

  • System z hardware architecture,
  • z/Linux, z/OS, and z/VSE,
  • System z administration,
  • CICS, IMS, and DB2 on System z,
  • WebSphere on System z,
  • WebServices and SOA,
  • The Gameframe.

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If you are a student of an advanced studies program in computer science or a related field of study at a German university, are eager to learn more about System z, and have time from August 27th to September 7th, then apply for the zSummer University by sending us your application, including your resume and your motivation for applying, by July 31st. For the 25 participants, IBM will provide accommodations in Stuttgart city and free meals at the development lab. Contact information as well as further details are available at http://www.ibm.com/de/entwicklung/jobs/summer_uni.html .

(Stefan Letz contributed this posting)

by Boas Betzler June 27, 2007 in Application Development
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