COBOL User Groups (COBUG)
This COBOL programming portal is a one-stop resource for the COBOL community where you will find references to user groups, jobs, compilers, program examples, forums, and other COBOL programming resources.
The COBOL Center by David Haertzen
is dedicated to COBOL and to those with an investment in COBOL. There are many Internet sites that provide information
about COBOL. The COBOL Center brings that information together so that you will not need to cruise all over the Web
to find it. Practical help is what you will find here.
Michel Castelein's HomePage
An z/OS (a.k.a. MVS) system engineer, teachs several z/OS-related
courses such as: Introduction to the IBM Mainframe world and z/OS; z/OS
System Fundamentals; Program Development under z/OS using TSO and ISPF/PDF; z/OS Job
Control Language and Utilities and much more...
MVSFORUMS was developed in November 2002 when 2 like minded programmers/analysts with a combined industry
experience of over 15 years decided to share their knowledge and skills with the entire MVS community. Since
then this site has evolved into a community for the MVS Programmer. MVSFORUMS is a one stop resource for all
your mainframe needs. This site provides an extensive database of participatory and factual information related
to the MVS Mainframe environment. With new members joining everyday and sharing their skills and knowledge
this forum has become a place where participants can save time and frustration by asking a question or searching
our extensive database and getting an answer. Many of our participants have found MVSFORUMS services indispensable
because it reduces paperwork, lower costs, saves time and enhances communications among participants
The Kasten COBOL Page
From one of the dinosaurs who still writes COBOL -- the language which is on the brink of extinction, and always will
be -- welcome to my COBOL page.
System/390 home page... z/OS, OS/390, MVS, VSE, VM informations Eric Loriaux's MVS/ESA page
David McRitchie's Home Page
REXX macros for the programmer who is already using or is familiar with any of the following: REXX, SPF, ISPF, PDF,
PDS file, OS/2, or SPF/PC on mainframe or PC's. Macros at this site were written in REXX by David McRitchie to
provide functions such as reformatting text; simple syntax checks for PLI, DCF, GML, HTML, SCRIPT/VS; interface to
spell check, SuperC comparison, file directory list; customized search/change an interface to DCF, and SuperC from a
member in edit, and of a group of files or members.
PlanetMVS by David Alcock
non-profit web site that is dedicated to helping fellow MVS (OS/390) zOS systems programmers. It is a "fan" site of the MVS operating system and IBM mainframes in general.
David Elder-Vass pages
The purpose of this site is to provide useful information to technical specialists.
See an abridged version of "MVS Systems Programming" by David Elder-Vass,
published by McGraw Hill in 1993 and now out of print
(link to the
Contents page to find your way to the new text).