If I knew that will be a valuable asset Nurse the devil whispered in my ear you’re not strong enough to withstand the storm shirt, I would keep up with cobol which I was certified in mid 80s. I was an Instructor at ITT Tech in the mid 80s and they were teaching it, so I imagine there are a few around that remember it. I haven’t heard that word since high school. Amazing how they are still using this. With that said, it’s a pretty simple language. Programmers now can pick it up in couple of days. Of course we learned Cobal even in 1980’s. If you grow up in late 70’s and 80’s and was learning computer programming than these languages were essential.
I can’t believe that they never took the effort to modernize their IT infrastructure Nurse the devil whispered in my ear you’re not strong enough to withstand the storm shirt. Still working with old systems can be such a bottle neck in improving the efficiency of processes. I was taking COBOL when I was going back to school to further my education and they ended up cancelling the program half way through because it was outdated. I remember that if you had one comma or parentheses out of place it would throw off the entire program. I remember in college a professor only taught his class in cobolt. He said if we were ever hungry we would find work with it.