Hi DB2 Listserv:
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.
The DB2Night Show Episode #39 - Top DB2 Support Issues and Solutions with Julian Stuhler, IBM GOLD Consultant
In this episode, special guest Julian Stuhler, Director Triton Consulting and IBM DB2 GOLD Consultant, shares with us his views and experiences on the top DB2 support issues and recommended solutions.
While most of us eventually become adept at handling challenges in our own organizations, you can get a head start and be more proactive by joining us for this unique show. As Julian checks off the most common problems he and his teams run into, you may likely learn how to avoid a problem. Or, you might learn a clever or efficient solution to a common challenge.
They say the difference between stupidity and ignorance is how many times you make the same mistake. Well, here is another great opportunity to benefit from the mistakes and ensuing wisdom of others.
The DB2Night Show now has a LinkedIn Group - join us to stay up to date on our show and discuss show episodes! The group registration link can be found on www.DB2NightShow.com.
We hope you will join us and participate as a studio audience member. One studio audience member will be randomly selected to win an electronic gift certificate!
If you can't make the scheduled time, register anyways so that you get information about recorded replays. Lastly, please forward this invitation to at least 5 of your friends! Thank you!
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, 28 January 2011:
USA (CST) 1000 to 1100.
UK (GMT) 1600 to 1700.
Central Europe (CET) 1700 to 1800.
Universal Coordinated Time 1600 to 1700.
To register: http://www.DB2NightShow.com
For more information don’t forget to visit the IDUG website at www.idug.org
IDUG Web Team.
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