Master the Mainframe


Master the Mainframe contest is a mainframe programming challenge that is organized annually by IBM Academic Initiative System z. Originally catered to students attending North American institutions of higher learning (US and Canada, excluding Quebec), the contest is currently running in separate countries across the globe (30 to date). The goal of the contest is to provide students with the opportunity to experience working with mainframes. The contest was created in part to increase the number of mainframe skilled individuals in the computing workforce. The North American contest has successfully completed 7 contests to date.

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