Shared March 25, 2016
Connor Krukosky is an 18-year-old college student with a hobby of collecting vintage computers. One day, he decided to buy his own mainframe...an IBM z890. This is his story.
Connor's presentation "I just Bought an IBM z890 - Now What?" was featured at SHARE in San Antonio in March 2016. For more great content like this, register for the next SHARE by visiting www.SHARE.org/events!
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