Just a bit more about IDUG
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Can you tell that I love IDUG yet? OK, one more post and then maybe you’ll be convinced.
Cristian Molaro, an IBM Best Friend from Belgium (my mom’s home country :) sent me a link to a blog that he did similar to the one I posted from Beth yesterday. Like Beth, he’s listing the sessions that he’d like to go to given his affinity to DB2 for z/OS. Cristian’s blog entry: “A Travel Guide to IDUG DB2 Tech Conference – Anaheim 2011”.
Instead of repeating any of his post, or the other posts, let me tell you a few things that I’ve learned about the IDUG conference thanks to my guest bloggers:
A link to the Conference Event Grid.
A link to the Online Conference Schedule.
Budgeting tip: Did you know that if you attended an IDUG Regional Event in 2010, you can use the monies paid as a credit towards the IDUG 2011 NA conference?
The DineAround event is very popular and spots fill up very fast! See post (All about IDUG DB2 Tech Conference - Anaheim )for a list of restaurants, leaders, and how you can sign up.
The name of the conference has changed to the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference to help people get funding to attend the conference.
There won’t be a bookstore on site at this event. Instead, order the books you need directly from the publisher at a discount. Members of IDUG get 45% off IBM Press books.
She loves IDUG as much as I do and considers it her Geeky Vacation.
The keywords for me for this IDUG are: pureScale, Performance Tuning, XML, Cloud, and, of course, Security.
This time, she’s looking for sessions that will help round out her resume.
When I do the math, the cost of NOT going to IDUG North America is much greater than the conference cost!
I hope you’ve found this set of posts helpful to you. If you are going to IDUG, I hope you have a wonderful and educational week.