Members of the CICS Development Team at IBM Hursley

John Horswill is a member of IBM's CICS User Technololgy team at IBM in Hursley Park, U.K. He has been involved in delivering information on various platforms, including OS/390, AIX, Solaris, Digital Unix, HP, and Windows NT, for the past 11 years. Before joining IBM, he worked in Further Education in England for many years. He graduated from London University and completed an M.Sc. in Applied Cell Science and Virology at Brunel University before turning his attention to computing. If you can't find him in his office or working from home, he is probably in his garden or hopefully "at the top of a mountain on a clear day." Andy Krasun graduated from Oxford University, U.K. with a B.A. degree in Mathematics and, not wishing to start work, studied for an M.Sc. in Numerical Analysis at Dundee University in Scotland. He currently works in the CICS Strategy group and has been in and around CICS since it arrived in Hursley, England in 1975. He is a well-known speaker at User Groups around the world, talking on CICS Application Design and Development. When time permits, he is thinking about writing up his thesis for an M.Sc. at Oxford University in Software Engineering, sailing on a square rigger somewhere in the English Channel, or skiing in France. The following Hursley web sites have more information on the IBM CICS Development team:

Designing and Programming CICS Applications Designing and Programming CICS Applications
by John Horswill, Members of the CICS Development Team at IBM Hursley
July 2000
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