Submit Abstract for IDUG 2010 - North America by September 25

Carl Nelson

Submit Abstract for IDUG 2010 - North America by September 25

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Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 2:37 PM
To: Nelson, Carl
Subject: Submit Abstract for IDUG 2010 - North America by September 25

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Each year IDUG offers conferences throughout the world that feature the
latest in best practices and education for DB2 professionals. Because
professionals like you volunteer to share experience and knowledge with
the DB2 user community, these conferences have a long track record of
success. IDUG invites you to submit abstracts
> for both technical presentations and educational seminars to be
considered for IDUG 2010 - North America
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May 10-14, Tampa, Florida.
Volunteering your time and expertise at IDUG North America provides a
number of great benefits. As a presenter, you will be seen as a leader
in the DB2 community. This not only allows you to share your expertise
with others, but increases your opportunities to learn from and
collaborate with other practitioners. Hundreds of DB2 professionals
attend IDUG North America each year. Presenting is just one way to build
your network and learn through the experience.
Registration to IDUG North America is FREE when you present at the
conference. If your abstract is chosen to be presented in May, your
conference registration fee will be waived and your presentation will be
included in the conference proceedings, referenced well after the event.
Learn more about the requirements for educational seminars and technical
Technical Presentations:
* Single session (60 minutes) or Double session (120 minutes)
* Detailed sessions focused on implementation, migrating to a new
release, or maximizing performance from any member of the DB2 product
* Abstract deadline: This Friday, September 25, 2009
Educational Seminars:
* Full-day seminars (6 hours)
* In-depth technical lessons and insights
* Provide advanced training in DB2-related topics
* Abstract deadline: This Friday, September 25, 2009
If you are interested in submitting an abstract
> , please do so today! The Call for Presentations officially closes
this Friday, September 25.
Please contact [login to unmask email] with any questions.

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