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Encouraging words from a 'Gen-Z-er'

RedMonk's James Governor took note of our report on IBM's hopes to nuture and point 'Generation Z' to its zSeries architecture. In a post entitled, appropriately enough, "Why Don't Toasters Work Properly?

RedMonk's James Governor took note of our report on IBM's hopes to nuture and point 'Generation Z' to its zSeries architecture.

In a post entitled, appropriately enough, "Why Don't Toasters Work Properly?", Peter Armstrong ponders the inherent problems with distributed systems. A 20-year-old student responded and explained how his eyes were opened to the mainframe, that distributed systems are still "striving to have the stability, availability, security, and virtualization found in MVS, most notably the availibility."