Rewriting and Rearchitecting as Alternatives to Code Translation

Posted November 30, 2010 in

The clock is ticking. The programmers who maintain your legacy mainframe and client-server applications are retiring -- or will retire, as soon as they can recover from the damage done to their retirement portfolios in recent years. The person who was writing Powerbuilder 20 years ago, or COBOL 40 years ago, is going to leave. When they do, what will the owners of those systems do?

About The Author
Tom Bragg
Tom Bragg has over 30 years of experience working with high technology and information systems for clients in industry and government. He has defined software development processes for organizations ranging from small development firms of less than a dozen engineers, to multi-modal development processes for a Fortune 50 corporation. He teaches advanced software topics at George Washington University, and has written for Federal Computer Week and… Read More
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