What's Happening in Your DB2 World??
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What’s happening in your DB2 world? I asked this question to many of the people I’m connected with on twitter and I got many responses that I’d like to share with you.
Rebecca Bond@DB2locksmith hasn’t had time to update her blog (htt
Kohli Kshitij @kohli83 had a great year! He won the “DB2’s Got Talent Competition” from the DB2Night Show, he attended IDUG in Denver and IDUG in Berlin, he says that his favourite sessions were:
Sanjeev Datta @1dsanjeev is very pleased with the publication of his new book: IBM Cognos Insight (htt
Michael Schulz @mikeondb2 says DB2 is rockin' and rollin' and PureData for Transactions is taking it to a new level. Don’t forget to read this article that Mike recently wrote for IBM Data Management Magazine: "Achieving High Availability and Disaster Recovery with IBM DB2" .
@DB2Geek The DB2Geeks had a very successful year and celebrated at IDUG Berlin. Take a look at their blog and Beat The Geek photo gallery.
@CuneytG has just published another article in the IBM Data Management Magazine: “Gear up with IDAA: IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator”
Sunil Soares @SunilSoares1 just finished the Data Governance Winter Conference. He’ll be speaking at IDMA conference in April 2013 on best practices for insurance data governance. He’s very happy with the publication of his latest books and the sales of all three of his books:
Philip Gunning @db2luw is finishing off his latest book that will publish in 2012 as well as performed a DB2 upgrade with TSAMP, HADR & wrote an article on Temporal Tables that will published on http
Craig Mullins @craigmullins Craig not only published two books this year, he’s also written many articles including this “presentation” style article “Ten Breakthroughs That Changed DB2 Forever” which let Craig talk about a lot of DB2 things without worrying about how I tie them together.
If you have an answer to my question “what’s happening in your DB2 world” and would like to share with me and others, either send me a tweet @susvis or post on the DB2 Facebook page.