Meet other developers, share knowledge, and get information about events by joining a user group.
The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG®) is an independent, not-for-profit, user-run organization whose mission is to support and strengthen the information services community by providing the highest quality education and services designed to promote the effective utilization of the DB2 family of products.
The Information Management Product Family includes DB2 Universal Database for z/OS and OS/390; DB2 Universal Database for Linux, UNIX, Windows; DB2 Universal Database for iSeries; DB2 for VSE and VM; and DB2 Everyplace.
The U2 user group is an independent, non-profit organization that provides users of the IBM U2 product line (UniVerse, UniData, RedBack, wIntegrate and SystemBuilder) with information to assist them in the implementation of U2 software solutions. Through the group, members are able to share information and learn from other users' knowledge and experience of using U2 and related product and services.
Founded in 1995, IIUG is the most influential user group representing the users of Informix products. Thousands of IIUG members around the world network, share knowledge and influence IBM and other vendors through IIUG. If you are just now discovering us and are interested in Informix technology, we encourage you to join IIUG now at no charge.
These user groups provide an opportunity for you to learn more about Java™ technology, discuss new technologies and share innovative ideas with other developers.
Following is a user group listing from the Linux Documentation Project Web site.
The Lotus User Group Communities are regionally based groups of customers, developers, business partners, consultants, and IBMers (technical, support and sales) working together to advance their understanding, comfort, and facility with the Lotus product portfolio towards solving business problems. Through the group, members are able to share information and learn from other users' knowledge and experience using Lotus products.
Rational User Groups are independent, user-run membership organizations that provide Rational users with information to assist them in the implementation of Rational Software solutions. Members share a tight connection with Rational, helping to define and shape future products. They also learn from their shared knowledge and experiences with the Rational products.
The Systems and Technology Group Communities are regionally based groups of customers, developers, business partners, consultants, and IBMers working together to advance their knowledge and understanding of the STG hardware and software product portfolio. Members meet face-to-face or virtually on a regular basis and take advantage of the opportunity to share information and learn from each others' knowledge and experience.
Tivoli user groups are independent, user-run membership organization that provides Tivoli users with information to assist them in the implementation of Tivoli Software solutions. Through the group, members are able to share information and learn from other users' knowledge and experience of using Tivoli and related product and services.
The Global WebSphere User Group Community (GWC) is a network of over 90 WebSphere User Groups around the world. WebSphere User Groups are independent, user-run organizations that provide an open forum to promote information exchange between developers, other IT staff and partners. They bring together bright minds and bright ideas. www.websphere.org is the online component of the Community providing an information hub and 24x7 online meeting point for GWC members.