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NewCOBUG welcomes our new sponsor GT Software


For more than 30 years, GT Software has helped enterprise organizations align their IT infrastructure with business strategy. More than 2,500 organizations across the globe trust GT Software’s solutions to improve customer experiences, operational efficiency and innovation. GT Software is also the distributor of Fujitsu NetCOBOL®, a COBOL compiler that eliminates costly COBOL runtime fees for good. Currently, GT Software is sponsoring a ReFOCUS Your COBOL webinar series, focusing on three important considerations for selecting a COBOL compiler for a distributed environment. Offering solutions for .NET, Windows, and Linux, this webinar series explores the specifics of cost savings, business agility and application quality offered by NetCOBOL. For more information about this webinar series, visit the webinar series event page or


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Cobol on the mainframe: Does it have a future?

David Brown is worried. As managing director of the IT transformation group at Bank of New York Mellon, he is responsible for the health and welfare of 112,500 Cobol programs -- 343 million lines of code -- that run core banking and other operations. But many of the people who built that code base, some of which goes back to the early days of Cobol in the 1960s, will be retiring over the next several years.

By Robert L. Mitchell | Mar 15, 2012 |Computerworld US 
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The New COBUG Site.



This site is in memory of the late Thomas Perry the founder of the original COBUG site. It Would have been a loss to allow all his hard work and divotion pass along with him. We only hope to maintain this site in a manner that will be a tribute to his memory.

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