(Scuba) Diving into August

Who can believe that the summer has passed so quickly and we are now just one month away from the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Sydney, Australia! I can’t wait to see you all in “the land down under,” and replenish my DB2 knowledge with IDUG’s incredible technical program.

As always, IDUG will be abuzz throughout August with several opportunities for sharpening your DB2 skills. This month’s DB2 Tech Channel Tech Talk, Use DB2 with BLU Acceleration for SAP, presented by Guersad Kuesuek and hosted by Rick Swagerman, will provide a deep dive into an important DB2 topic. Check out the IDUG Calendar of Events to stay up to date with everything IDUG!

I guess it may be a little premature to declare the summer fully over, as for some of you, like in the southern parts of Europe summer holidays have just begun. In my case I’m in the midst of mine, and as usual Egypt is the destination.

Considering temperatures getting as high as 40/100 degrees Celsius/Fahrenheit some people may be wondering why go there this time of year, but the thing is that the water temperature in the Red Sea is 28/82 degrees Celsius/Fahrenheit, which is ideal for scuba diving. And of course the whole family is here with me; my wife, the four kids and my grandchild Naia.  

Take a few moments to read Phil Nelson’s article on DB2 Temporal Support, as well as the other content articles to stay up-to-date on all things DB2! 

 

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