(OT) Summarizing use of SQL statements in a program

Bill Gallagher

(OT) Summarizing use of SQL statements in a program
The early 90’s Platinum parties were legendary. I especially remember the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader party (1993), as that was my first IDUG. Somewhere in my house (I think) is a picture of me with two of the Cheerleaders.

I also came home from Dallas that week on Thursday, and got engaged on Friday night. Almost 25 years later, we’re still married and I cannot find that photo. I don’t think that’s a coincidence.

Bill Gallagher
DB2 Database Administrator
State of Connecticut
Department of Children and Families
Office: 860-263-1389
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From: Joel Goldstein - Responsive Systems [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Saturday, February 17, 2018 1:27 AM
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Insight was the first DB2 monitor I used in the mid 80’s.
I think it was before DB2PM was available.

I think Goal was bought by Legent, then Legent bought by CA in ‘95

So many software companies have disappeared since the boom days of DB2 software products…

Remember the Platinum and BMC party face-offs at IDUG -- the two story BMC booth…
When Platinum had The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders at their party…
When there used to be (probably) more than 30+ vendors at a conference.

About a yr ago, I started making a list of all the DB2 vendors that don’t exist anymore… I was over 30…
Wonder where I saved that list…

Joel Goldstein
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From: Troy Coleman [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Friday, February 16, 2018 10:36 PM
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CA-Insight renamed as CA SYSVIEW Performance Management Option for Db2 for z/OS was acquired from Platinum Technology which was acquired by several more companies. I worked with Insight back in the late 80's when I believe Goal Systems which I believe was then acquired by Legent and then Platinum then CA.

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