The Open Mainframe Project is pleased to announce the 7 students that have been selected to become interns for the summer of 2016. Drawn from 4 different countries the 7 interns represent a global cross section of the academic community that engages with the mainframe and Linux operating systems that it runs.
We are pleased to announce the Open Mainframe Project interns for Summer 2016
- Allen NG – University of Buffalo
- Laszlo Szoboszlai – U of Bedfordshire
- Tuan M. HOANG – Hanoi University of Science and Technology (SoICT-HUST)
- Matthew Franklin Bent – ECU
- Sebastian Wind – University of Leipzig
- Robert Edward Starr – ECU
- Jovanka Gulicoska – FON University
These students will be working over the summer months on areas such as Docker, Blockchain, and Linux Monitoring tools. For those interns based in the US, they will also be attending SHARE in Atlanta, North America’s premier mainframe user group conference. Those students based in Europe and Asia are looking to be a part of Guide Share Europe event which is Europe’s premier mainframe focused user conference in the UK this fall. The students will have access to mentors from across industry, with members such as IBM and CA providing top engineers to help work closely with the students. As the undertake their coding assignments.
Check back here for updates throughout the internship program for the progress made by the interns and as the program comes to a close a full write up on the summer 2016 program.