MODERATE A SESSION
Session moderators are essential to the success of each and every IDUG conference and you can help. It is also an excellent way to volunteer with minimal impact on your time.
Why not moderate a session that you are already planning on attending? No previous experience is necessary.
The moderator duties are simple and they include introducing the speaker, keeping the speaker on time and collecting evaluation cards.It's an excellent way for you to make a new friend or to make a new networking contact.
Interested in volunteering to moderate a session at this year's conference? Review the list of sessions below and contact the thread chair for reserving your place as a moderator.
Before volunteering to moderate, please review the moderator roles and responsibilities here.
More moderator resources:
Thread A: DB2 for z/OS I
Contact: Cristian Molaro – c r i s t i a n @ m o l a r o . b e
Thread B: DB2 for z/OS II
Contact: Michael Shaul - m i c k e y . s h a u l @ g m a i l . c o m
Thread C: DB2 for LUW I
Contact: Iqbal Goralwalla – i q b a l . g o r a l w a l l a @ t r i t o n . c o . u k
Thread D: DB2 for LUW II
Contact: Saeid Mohseni - s a e i d . m o h s e n i @ f o l k s a m . s e
Thread E: General I
Contact: Manuel Gomez Burriel – m g o m e z @ s p d u g . o r g
Thread F: General II
Contact: Anne Lessel - a n n e . l e s e l l @ y a h o o . c o m
Please register for the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Berlin by completing the following steps.
1. Go to the EMEA Registration Page and begin registration.
2. Select “Conference Registration Fee (current base price: 1974.00)”.
3. Insert your discount code.
4. Click “Update Price”. The price should recalculate to $0.
5. Click “Ok” and finish registration.
Below are important speaker deliverable deadlines for IDUG EMEA 2012:
We encourage all speakers to adhere to these dates or notify the Thread Chairs with any reasons why they cannot meet the deadlines.
You can obtain the IDUG EMEA 2012 Template following these links:
IDUG strongly encourages you to read through the IDUG Speaker Guidelines.
SPEAKER MARKETING KIT
Thank you for sharing your expertise at the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Berlin, Germany taking place 4-9 November 2012. In an effort to spread the word about the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference, we have created a number of tools to help promote your participation at this year’s event. We encourage you to leverage these tools to promote the conference to your DB2 contacts as we seek to achieve a record number of attendees at this year’s event. We appreciate your support and look forward to delivering an exceptional conference this November in Berlin. Click here to download the Speaker Marketing Kit.
IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Berlin, Germany 2012 Call For Presentations
The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG®) is accepting presentation abstracts for the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Berlin, Germany, 4 - 9 November 2012. This is your opportunity to share your DB2 experience and expertise with an audience of your peers who rely on, or are considering incorporating DB2 in their shop. If your presentation abstract is selected to be delivered at the conference, you will receive one complimentary conference registration the DB2 Conference in Berlin, Germany.
All presentations must be strongly technical in nature, cannot contain marketing content, and must support and strengthen the information services community by providing the highest quality education and services designed to promote the effective utilization of the DB2 and it’s family of products.
Creative methods for:
System management experience with:
Database administration experiences with:
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Submit your presentation abstract
Abstract: Provide a concise abstract of your presentation, not exceeding 425 characters.
Example: This presentation provides an early look at some DB2 10 features which will be important to you as the Application Developer or DBA. We will start with the basics and demonstrate how they can be an integral part of a good design strategy. This will allow you to start the planning process early and see if/how they fit in your organization.Unlike other DB2 10 Overview sessions, we will focus exclusively on those which impact application development.
If your presentation is selected, this information will be published on the IDUG Web site and in the Final Program distributed to all conference attendees. (Note: Any abstract of more than 425 characters may be edited.) Some presentations may also be selected as repeat sessions.
Audience Experience Level: Select the single, most relevant audience level to which this presentation is geared: Beginner, Intermediate to Advanced Users or All Users.
Presentation History: Indicate if this is a new or existing presentation. If it is an existing presentation, please indicate where it has been given and if it contains new and/or updated information.
2013 Conferences: If you would like your abstract to be considered for IDUG Tech Conference North America 2013 and IDUG Tech Conference Australasia 2013 conference, please indicate this using the online submission form.
To view your submitted abstracts, Click here