Do you talk DB2? We would like to hear from you

Cristian Molaro

Do you talk DB2? We would like to hear from you
If you are working with DB2 certainly you have something to talk about.
Often people consider they do not have nothing interesting to say, nothing valuable to share.

While this could be normal feeling AFTER finding the solution to a problem, you should not underestimate the value of your experiences.
You may have a collection of tips, custom solutions, painful experiences and innovative ways of working with DB2 that may be of a lot of interest and value for the DB2 community.

And we would like to hear you!: the IDUG EMEA 2011 Call for Presentations is open.

Please visit this page for information about the presentations abstract submissions process and guidelines on being an IDUG speaker:
http://www.idug.org/european-conference/idug-europe-call-for-presentations.html

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First time speaker? Not a problem: IDUG is not a presenters contest...anyway, everyone in the speakers hall of fame was once a first time speaker...right?

I hope to see and to hear you in Prague!

Cristian Molaro
Presentation Team leader
IDUG EMEA 2011 - Prague, Czech Republic

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