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The Raincode Checker Meets the Visual Studio Plugin...

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 19, 2015 2:26:08 PM

... And it gives the best marriage ever!

Did you know 80% of the lifetime cost of a piece of software goes to maintenance? Did you know that hardly any software is maintained for its whole life by the original author? Did you know that having code conventions allows engineers to understand new code more quickly and thoroughly? 

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Topics: .NET, videos, Visual Studio, COBOL, PL/I, compilers

Meet the Raincode QIX, the CICS Emulator for Windows

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 18, 2015 3:51:10 PM

What will help you dealing with your CICS screens during a COBOL or a PL/I migration?

Let's meet the ideal companion of the PL/I and the COBOL compilers: the Raincode QIX, the CICS emulator. Raincode QIX completes perfectly the Legacy Compilers, when CICS comes into the picture. It supports PL/I, COBOL C# and any other .NET language.

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Topics: .NET, Migration, videos, COBOL, CICS, PL/I

Legacy Compilers: More Than a Marketing Stunt!

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 17, 2015 10:07:01 AM

 

We present our COBOL and PL/I solutions as legacy compilers based on the premise that they will be used to compile existing code much more than newly written code.

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Topics: .NET, Stack, COBOL, PL/I

Why is .NET the Target Platform of Choice for Rehosting Projects?

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 9, 2015 1:30:00 PM

Mainframe environments are made of numerous components, sub-systems, applications with varying levels of criticality, performance requirements, developed in different languages and by different programming teams over decades. Quite logically, parts of this complexity show in rehosting projects and in the target architecture.

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Topics: .NET, Stack, mainframe, COBOL, PL/I, Microsoft

8 Good Reasons to Keep your Mainframe

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 4, 2015 2:39:48 PM

Reasons to keep your mainframe: 

  1. You just have too much money to spend. Your banker complains about your accounts exceeding the limit set for positive balance. You really need to spend more money, and the mainframe is such a great way of solving this problem. Hurrah!

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Topics: fun, Migration, mainframe

The People Behind #4: A Whole  Career on Legacy Languages and Compilers

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 3, 2015 9:30:00 AM

 

For this 4th edition of the Raincode's newsletter, "The People Behind" introduces you to Jean-Eric Waroquier, whose career has been all about legacy languages, compilers and exciting challenges. And now, Raincode sums it all up!

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Topics: newsletter, Raincode, COBOL

The Raincode Sort, the DFSORT compatible sort utility

Posted by Charlotte Flemal on Oct 29, 2015 2:33:52 PM

 

Raincode Sort is the sorting component of the Raincode stack and a DFSORT compatible sort utility.

 

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Topics: videos, Stack, COBOL

A Quick Look at the Raincode Visual Studio Plugin

Posted by admin raincode on Oct 22, 2015 1:30:00 AM

 

The Raincode Visual Studio plugin allows you to develop COBOL or Pl/I programs within the comfort of the Visual Studio development environment.

 


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Topics: videos, Stack, Visual Studio, COBOL

How Much Does a Mainframe Cost?

Posted by admin raincode on Oct 19, 2015 11:05:00 AM

 

It has probably been many years since your company’s applications and data depend on a mainframe. Maybe thirty years, maybe even more? Have you ever evaluated how much this mainframe cost your organization, every year?

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Topics: Migration, Stack, mainframe, COBOL

New Raincode Plugin for Visual Studio 2015

Posted by Charlotte Flemal on Oct 16, 2015 11:56:02 AM

Release of the new for the free Raincode plugin for all versions of Visual Studio 2015

Raincode released a new plugin for Visual Studio 2015, the latest Microsoft Integrated Development Environment for .NET and Azure platforms. 

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Topics: .NET, Stack, COBOL, DB2

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