IDUG Regional Events - California Technical Program Now Available Online

Barb Lidstrom

IDUG Regional Events - California Technical Program Now Available Online
Our Seattle User Group is not having a meeting in October, so we don't
conflict with the California events below. These are a great
opportunity and I would encourage you to consider attending.

Barb Lidstrom


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Available Online


The Technical Program for the IDUG 2004 - Regional Events in California
is now available online. Start planning your curriculum today! The first
regional event will be held in San Ramon, California at the San Ramon
Valley Conference Center on October 26-27 followed by a similar event in
Cerritos, California at the Sheraton Cerritos on October 28-29.

The program includes an impressive lineup of industry leading experts,
top consultants, IBM developers and DB2 users. IDUG 2004 - Regional
Events have focused the technical program on the following tracks:

* DB2 UDB for z/OS
* DB2 Application Development
* DB2 UDB for Linux, Unix & Windows

Roger Miller of IBM's Silicon Valley Lab will present a two-part series
on DB2 UDB for z/OS Version 8. This series will focus on the many SQL
improvements that support the DB2 family and application needs, as well
as the capabilities and enhancements of V8 supporting network computing
environments in support of on demand businesses.

Linda Claussen, President of Claussen & Associates, will present one
technical session and one educational seminar in the DB2 Application
Development track. In her educational seminar, Cross Platform Stored
Procedures & Network Computing, she discusses how stored procedures are
the easiest way to perform a remote call and to distribute the logic of
an application program. This seminar also addresses cross-platform
stored procedures development, implementation, debugging and the most
recent enhancements in stored procedures.

Dwaine Snow, Product Manager - DB2 Competitive Technology, IBM Toronto
Lab, will focus on the DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows track by
presenting the following two sessions: Index Design for Performance and
60 DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, Windows Tips in 60 Minutes. In his session
on Index Design for Performance, Dwaine will cover the usage scenarios
of different index types supported by DB2, how they optimize the query
execution and enhance the performance, index design tips/tricks, DB2
index utilities and the new indexes in V8. Several practical case
studies will be presented.

View technical session abstracts and the full conference schedule at
< > .

IDUG is proud to partner with the following Regional User Groups in
delivering this program: Los Angeles DB2 Users Group, Sacramento DB2
Users Group, and San Francisco Bay Area DB2 Users Group.

Register now for the IDUG Regional Events online at http://conferences.
< > . Be sure to watch the
IDUG Regional Events Web site for up-to-date information. Write
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644-6610 with any questions.


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