Forever Frame (foreverframe.net) was created out of a love for computer science, especially mainframe computers. For 10 years we have kept you informed with news through our website. But, unfortunately, our journey has come to a close as interest in mainframe computing has dwindled. Therefore, we have decided to shut down the website and join another team working on a new project. More details on the merger will be released shortly.
We want to thank all of our readers for their support and loyalty throughout the years. We have loved bringing you the news and keeping you up to date with the latest mainframe computing developments. We have enjoyed the conversations and debates that have taken place on our website, and we have been amazed by the incredible knowledge you have shared with us. We hope that you will continue to follow us as we move forward to our new endeavor, and that you will join us in this exciting journey.
We know that mainframe computing will continue to be an important part of the technology landscape, and we are dedicated to continuing to be a source of information and insight in the mainframe computing world. We invite you to stay connected with us as we move forward, and we look forward to sharing our new project with you.
Thank you again for all of your support, and we hope to see you on the other side!
We want to encourage those who have been with us and been a part of the Forever Frame family to continue to be involved in the mainframe computing world. The technology remains vital and is constantly evolving, and we would love to see everyone stay up to date on the latest developments. Whether you are a professional or just a hobbyist, there are plenty of ways to stay informed and engaged. Join online forums, attend conferences, and follow industry leaders to stay ahead of the curve. We know that the Forever Frame community has a wealth of knowledge to share, so don’t be shy about sharing your thoughts and ideas.
We hope that you will join us in our new endeavor, and that you will continue to be a part of the mainframe computing community. Thank you again for all of your support, and we look forward to seeing you soon!