Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Time to Start Your IDUG in Philadelphia Planning

Spring is in the air... well, at least it is South of the Mason-Dixon line... and that means it is time to plan your trip to this year's IDUG North American DB2 Tech Conference.

Anybody who has ever attended an IDUG conference knows about all of the good things you can expect to encounter, experience and learn at the event. That includes technical session on all of the latest and greatest DB2 technologies and features, networking opportunities to meet IBM developers and industry consultants, and the vendor exhibit hall where you can learn about software and tools to help you get the most out of DB2... not to mention picking up a few tchotchkes and mementos.

Additionally, there are Special Interest Groups (where you can discuss the latest industry trends and topics with other interested technicians), Hands-On Labs (delivering working training led by IBM), and the opportunity to take free IBM certification exams.

But there's even more... not only is this year's conference in Philadelphia, PA, a new venue for IDUG, but the half- and full-day educational seminars (that used to require an additional fee) are included in your registration fee.

I'll be presenting my DB2 Performance Roadmap presentation  at this year's IDUG, so be sure to stop in to say "Hi" and chat about DB2, big data, or your favorite topic du jour!

The IDUG DB2 Tech Conference is the place to be to learn all about DB2 from IBMers, gold consultants, IBM champions, end users, and more. With all of this great stuff going on in Philadelphia this May, why wouldn't you want to be there!?!?

Download the IDUG brochure for more details.


Craig S. Mullins said...

I'll also be one of the hosts/moderators/folks-up-front at the Big Data SIG.

Craig S. Mullins said...

And I'll be delivering a vendor-sponsored presentation for Dell Toad on Best Practices... as well as a couple of presentations on SQL quality and in-memory data for DataKinetics during an evening session... So I'll be busy, but I hope to see you there!