Qwerty To Zowe, A Strongly Typed Mainframe History

Reg Harbeck, Chief Strategist at Mainframe Analytics, writes, “A computer is more than just a glorified calculator — and yet we still call it a “computer” — the first of many job descriptions that migrated from people to computers. Likewise, while typing keyboards have remained a consistent method for entering data into computers, from the early days of card punch machines to terminal emulators and current graphical environments such as Zowe, they have never been the exclusive way to use or interact with a computer. And yet, without the advent of electric typewriter keyboards, none of this would have been possible.” Read the full article here.