[REQ] DB2 Tech Talks - YOUR ideas wanted

Phil Grainger

[REQ] DB2 Tech Talks - YOUR ideas wanted
As the year draws to a close, we're down to the last DB2 Tech Talks of 2010 (on December 2nd, repeated on December 16th)

I'd like to continue them into 2011, but I'd appreciate some assistance in planning the topics

Of course, there will be some sessions on DB2 10 (as I know some of you are already planning your migrations from DB2 9 or Version 8) but I don't want to spend the whole year talking only about DB2 10

Snag is, I am never sure which topics are of real interest to our attendees


If you have any thoughts on DB2 for z/OS topics you would like to be considered for the next round of DB2 Tech Talks, then please drop me a line at [login to unmask email]<mailto:[login to unmask email]> (and NOT to the list as a whole please)

I do have some pretty firm plans for 2011 anyway, so I can't promise to be able to accommodate all requests, but as I say every month - "writing the presentations is MUCH easier than deciding on the topics", so your input is always appreciated

Many thanks
Phil Grainger
Cogito Ltd.
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