Mainframe computers are very large, powerful computers that are used worldwide by banks, airlines, and insurances, while forming the backbone of e-commerce too. Many of the interfaces and tooling do not resemble modern computing meaning modern developers can have a hard time getting started with them. In this segment, Open Mainframe Project Ambassador Joe Winchester explains why this led to the creation of Zowe and how it helps modern developers and users who want to leverage mainframes for modern workloads.

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The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.

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