The DB2Night Show Episode #34 – “What's new and cool with DB2 LUW” fe

Linda Adams

The DB2Night Show Episode #34 – “What's new and cool with DB2 LUW” fe

Hi DB2 List,

The DB2Night Show Episode #34 – “What's new and cool with DB2 LUW” featuring special guest George Baklarz, IBM

The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG) is pleased to partner with DBI to deliver a free Webcast by renowned presenter Scott Hayes, President & CEO, DBI.

If you have ever attended a DB2 related conference, you have probably attended a presentation given by George Baklarz. George keeps us all tuned in to DB2 LUW's newest and coolest features, and frequently shares his crystal ball thoughts on "what's coming" as well.

In this episode of The DB2Night Show, we are honored that George has agreed to join us as our special guest. By the end of 2010, he will have flown about two billion miles around the globe. We're not sure how he has found the time to join us, but we are awfully darned appreciative.

Join us for this episode and get the very latest information on what's new, what's cool, and maybe what's coming too.

About the Presenter:
Scott Hayes, President & CEO DBI, will be the keynote speaker for this Webinar. Scott has published several articles in DB2 Magazine (now IBM Database Magazine), and he is a frequent speaker at DB2, ISACA, and ISSA conferences on topics of database performance, security, and auditing. He is also providing free DB2 LUW education via the DB2 Magazine blogs at:

Webcast Schedule Times – Friday, 19 November 2010:
USA (CST) 1000 to 1100.
UK (GMT) 1600 to 1700.
Central Europe (CET) 1700 to 1600.
Universal Coordinated Time 1600 to 1700.

To register:

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