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SIG 1A - Fun with SQL-Application Development

Session Number: 3088
Track: DB2 for z/OS - I
Session Type: Podium Presentation
Primary Presenter: Kurt Struyf [Suadasoft]
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Trinity A => Tue, May 24, 2016 (03:30 PM - 04:45 PM)

Session Code: 3169
Speaker Bio: Kurt Struyf started my career at a major Belgian bank, where I was part of the system DBA team.<br />He has worked for an outsourcing company where he installed, tuned and migrated DB2 systems for multiple customers. Kurt was also directly involved in the design and tuning of DB2 related applications and structures.<br />Currently, Kurt Struyf works as a senior consultant for SuadaSoft based in Luxembourg. He has well over fifteen years’ experience as a (system) DBA and has been installing, migrating, troubleshooting and tuning DB2 systems throughout Europe.<br />Besides his consultancy missions Kurt have been teaching a broad spectrum of DB2 classes, in Europe, Asia and the USA. Kurt is an IBM gold consultant and an IBM information Champion.<br />
Audience experience level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Presentation Category: Select a Value
Presentation Platform: Cross Platform
Audiences this presentation will apply to: Application Developers, Data Architects, Database Administrators, Systems Programmers, New Users, IT Managers
Technical areas this presentation will apply to: Select a Value
Objective 1: Work with others to learn new SQL skills, in a fun way
Objective 2: Develop experience with advanced SQL constructs.
Objective 3: Get an introduction to new SQL features

Abstract:  A SQL Dojo is a meeting where a bunch of developers, DBA and SYSPROGS get together to work on a number of SQL challenges. They are there to have fun and to engage in a group effort in order to improve their skills in a non-competitive, collaborative, fun environment. The goal is to have practical hands-on experience within a group of peers, learning a specific technical skill within one hour at IDUG<br />The exercise is considered successful when it is completed within allocated time AND audience can repeat the exercise at home by themselves. At the end of the dojo the participants receive, a working solution by dojo leaders, which might not correspond to the solution the participants came up with, but is also working.

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