Raincode.com - Raincode Company News Section

Raincode Information
  • Darius Blasband
  • 1 Rue de l'Autonomie, Brussels, Belgium
  • Phone: +32 (0)2 522 06 63
  • URL: http://www.raincode.com
  • RainCode (http://www.RainCode.com) is a privately owned company, founded in 1998 (Brussels, Belgium). It focuses on the RainCode technology software development of processing programming and technical languages such as XML and message formatting (SWIFT, ISO 8583); compiler design for COBOL, PL/1, C,Pascal, C++, ADA; software migration (database,operating systems, TP monitor) and quality assurance through definition of quality plans, black/white box testing and automated metrics software.
Raincode Press Release -

Raincode.com

  • RainCode modernizes ALD automotive's core business application
  • Rather than running the huge cost and risk involved in rewriting such a business critical piece of software, ALD contracted with RainCode to modernize this application’s technology base. Raincode is expert at strictly preserving the existing business functionality of aging software assets while replacing the technical foundations with modern tools.
  • September 22, 2009
badge
raincode_2_
  • RainCode ports the DataKom Tool Suite to DB/2
  • The DataKom tool suite is a complete solution to migrate CA-DATACOM systems to relational databases. The entire test suite used for regression testing has been applied successfully to a UDB DB/2 database as backend.
  • February 16, 2009
  • New Release of RainCode Checker Version 2.0 - January 2009
  • The Raincode Checker 2.0 reduces costs and offers new functions and features, using relational database such as Sqlite, MySql, Oracle. Version 2.0 of RainCode Checker can be used together with your favorite Eclipse-based IDE.
  • December 01, 2008
  • RainCode joins Microsoft's Mainframe Migration Alliance (MMA)
  • The Mainframe Migration Alliance (MMA) is a group of companies that are working together to help customers migrate workloads off of the mainframe and onto the Microsoft platform. The Alliance represents a group of companies that have their interests aligned in making legacy modernization easier and more efficient for customers.
  • October 13, 2008