The IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Sydney, Australia 2016 is taking place this September 13 -16. Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend, but many of my favorite speakers like Melanie Stopfer, Terry Purcell, Matt Huras and John Campbell will be there giving great presentations.
The IDUG NA DB2 Tech Conference in Austin, Texas is less than one month away! Taking place May 23-26, 2016, this event is your opportunity to experience the latest in DB2 technologies, networking opportunities and the technical content you need to be successful.
We just launched registration for the 2016 IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Sydney, Australia, taking place September 13-16, 2016. Register by July 20 to receive discounted registration rates! Simply register using code EARLYAU.
Again this year, IDUG, in collaboration with IBM, will host two Technical Seminars in this month: one taking place on March 10 in Chennai, India; the other taking place on March 15 in Bangalore, India.
Can you believe it’s October already? This has been an exciting year for IDUG and it’s not over yet! Since Anna Brodie has now successfully delivered on her special project, on time and within budget, read on for a special bulletin, directly from New Zealand!
Welcome to September! Exciting things are happening with IDUG. The IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Melbourne, Australia is just around the corner. We hope to see you in Melbourne from 15-18 September for three full days packed with 65 hours of education options.
Can you believe it’s already August? This summer (or rather winter down here in New Zealand) is going by quickly and we’re gearing up for the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Melbourne, Australia. Come join us in Melbourne from 15-18 September for three full days packed with 65 hours of education options
Hello, and greetings from Valley Forge, Pennsylvania! I am happy to be here at the IDUG DB2 North American Tech Conference. In addition to the exceptional education I’ve been receiving, I’m enjoying the opportunity to meet and connect with many of you!
The winter months are drawing to a close, and IDUG is busy preparing for a busy spring season, with the IDUG DB2 Technical Seminars in Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad taking place in March, and the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 4-8.
Happy holidays from IDUG! I hope you have enjoyed spending time with friends and family throughout the past month celebrating the holidays and the New Year. In 2015, IDUG will experience many new and exciting changes.
The IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Prague is just days away! I should be packing and preparing, but instead I find myself writing this letter, while anticipating the education, networking and fun that awaits.
It’s hard to believe we’re already more than half way through 2014! But not to fear, IDUG still has plenty of tricks up our sleeve to keep you educated and informed as we round out the final part of the year.
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 we enter July, we are one month closer to the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Sydney, Australia! I’m thrilled to attend my first conference as President of IDUG, and even more excited to experience the signature IDUG education and networking alongside all of you.
Summer is upon us, and with it comes not only a change in the weather, but a change in IDUG leadership. I’m honored to take on the role of IDUG President, and hope I’m able to fill the shoes of Mark Labby in an adequate manner.
This is the note that comes with mixed feelings as it is the last one I write as IDUG’s president. It has been an extremely busy year that has absolutely flown by with much joy. I want to thank you, the IDUG community, for allowing me this opportunity to serve you.
You may be surprised that Forbes magazine ranks Database Administrators as the ‘happiest’ job for 2014! The article says the job has become more popular as DBAs’ roles have changed, with technology moving to the center of what many businesses do and a key driver of success. But we always knew that!