Call for speakers – PDUG Krakow 19-20 March

Mariusz Koczar

Call for speakers – PDUG Krakow 19-20 March
Dear fans of Db2 database!

Few months have passed and here we are again planning the next PDUG

As we announced on previous conference next event will take place on* 19-20
March** 2018 in Krakow .* But what would this event be without presenters
and without all the discussions on a given topic? Let’s again create a
unique atmosphere! the same as in previous years and let’s get carried away
by the interesting topics that *DB2* offers.
A call for presentations for this event is open!

To submit your presentation proposal please fill short questionnaire on our
website . As always we strongly
encourage users, administrator and developer to share their experience, to
open a discussion on topics related to Db2. The presentations can be
various level of experience, Beginner, Intermediate, Experienced and from
different areas of Db2 … Maybe you are developer and know how to do
something really interesting with SQL/PL? Or maybe you are an administrator
that had really nasty issue with Db2 and was able to solve it? Every
experience and discussion is important in our learning process.
Presentation are usually 60 minutes but we are open to longer and shorter.
You may be worried …

We know that it takes a lot of time and effort to build a presentation,
especially when you are not a professional speaker. But we – organizers can
help you develop your session. We can guide you how to prepare whole
presentation, we can even be you sparing partner if you wish. Do not
hesitate to submit your ideas with us.

As presenter, you will get a wonderful feeling of satisfaction from
presenting a piece of good work. This is an opportunity to practice in
front of smaller audience, you never know when such experience may come
handy. This is also good opportunity to show your person wider audience
outside your workplace. To meet people and be a first spark to open
*Please book that date on your calendar!*

The whole PDUG team is looking forward to our mutual cooperation!

The PDUG team