Nicole Trudeau

Client Support for IBM Compilers, Toronto Lab

In 2012, I started at IBM as a software developer for the XL C, C++ and Fortran compiler optimizer, after completing my Bachelor's in Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. I currently do client support for C, C++, Fortran, COBOL, PL/I, Swift and Node.js compilers at IBM. The postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies or opinions.

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Hot languages: C and C++

“This month C++ is back at position 3, swapping places with Python.” – TIOBE There are many ways to compare the popularity of programming languages:...

Node.js for z/OS – last update to v6 now available

We have updated IBM SDK for Node.js – z/OS with the final Node.js version 6 security update from the open source community, v6.17. Get this...

Re-use code with npm community packages for Node.js

One of the key advantages of Node.js is its vast collection of open-source community packages. The popular npmjs.com registry contains approximately one million packages, and...

Node.js User Guide now available in PDF format

We are happy to announce that you can now download the User’s Guide for IBM SDK for Node.js – z/OS in PDF format. The User’s...

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