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Because The Mainframe Was A Tough Cookie

The Raincode team decided to offer its partners and customers an unbreakable cookie, called Couque de Dinant (or Cake of Dinant), which represents the unbreakable Mainframe. And we've, as a symbol, broke this cookie to underline the idea that Mainframe is no longer a tough and unbreakable cookie! Step 1: Getting the cookies out of their boxes

Because The Mainframe Was A Tough Cookie2017-09-15T10:22:29+02:00

The People Behind #8: Sudipta Mukherjee

The People Behind opens the doors of Raincode’s most valuable employees. That is all of them! Raincode’s team is full of talented, funny and dedicated people. Discover Sudipta Mukherjee, a new member of our team! Hi Sudipta, can you introduce yourself? I come from the Eastern part of India, Kolkata is my hometown. I grew

The People Behind #8: Sudipta Mukherjee2017-08-28T10:53:26+02:00

The People Behind #7: Benoit Ragoen

  The People Behind opens the doors of Raincode’s most valuable employees. That is all of them! Raincode’s team is full of talented, funny and dedicated people. Discover Benoit Ragoen, one of our senior architects!   What brought you to Raincode? I was offered a job because they were looking for someone who had acquired experience in

The People Behind #7: Benoit Ragoen2016-09-21T14:00:23+02:00

The People Behind #6: Lars Mikaelsson

For this 6th edition of “The People Behind”, Charlotte met with Lars, a key-player in the SDC mainframe migration, the new sales representative of Raincode in Northern Europe and friend of our's. Multiple profiles for this dynamic modernization specialist! Charlotte: Hey Lars, can you introduce yourself to our readers? Lars: So, I am Swedish, of course, living in

The People Behind #6: Lars Mikaelsson2016-03-03T14:00:25+01:00

The People Behind #5: Yves Jaradin

As many of Raincode employees, Yves Jaradin went straight from college to Raincode. But he had quite an unusual path. Charlotte has met him to talk about his academic background and his passions, mathematics and computer sciences. Charlotte: Let’s start with an easy question: introduce yourself. Just kidding, it’s never easy. Yves: Ah! Ah! My name

The People Behind #5: Yves Jaradin2016-01-06T08:18:23+01:00

8 Good Reasons to Keep your Mainframe

Reasons to keep your mainframe:  You just have too much money to spend. Your banker complains about your accounts exceeding the limit set for positive balance. You really need to spend more money, and the mainframe is such a great way of solving this problem. Hurrah! IBM is a charity, dwarfing the Red Cross and

8 Good Reasons to Keep your Mainframe2018-04-20T15:15:56+02:00