Technical Blog Post
100 Tech Tips, #28: Listen to the new IM Skills Casts!
Continually building, refining, and growing technical skills is important for all of us. A quick and simple way to take the first step in skill building is to listen to some or all of the new podcast series just published by fellow blogger Susan Visser.
In her podcast series, Susan introduces you to authors, instructions and other subject matter experts in the IBM Information Management area.
See the descriptions of the podcasts and links below, taken directly from Susan's blog post:
- Episode 1: Conversation with Roger Johnson and Filip Draskovic - This is a discussion I had with Roger Johnson and Filip Draskovic about their latest book: “IBM Cognos 10 Report Studio: Practical Examples”.
- Episode 2: Conversation with Roger Sanders - This is a discussion I had with Roger Sanders about his latest book “DB2 9.7 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Database Administration: Certification Study Notes”.
- Episode 3: Conversation with Bob Laberge - This is a discussion I had with Bob Laberge about his latest book "The Data Warehouse Mentor: Practical Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Insights".
- Episode 4: Conversation with Susan Weaver - This is a discussion I had with Susan Weaver, the program manager for the IBM Information Management Certification Exams and the procedure to take them for free at the IBM Information on Demand Conference.
- Episode 5: Conversation with Sunil Soares - This is a discussion I had with Sunil Soares about his latest book: “Selling Information Governance to the Business: Best Practices by Industry and Job Function”.
- Episode 6: Conversation with Roger Sanders - This is a discussion I had with Roger Sanders about his latest book "From Idea to Print - How to Write a Technical Book or Article and Get It Published".
- Episode 7: Conversation with Martin Keen - This is a discussion I had with Martin Keen from the IBM Redbooks team. We discussed what the IBM Redbooks are and the books that will be handed out at the IBM Information on Demand 2011 Conference.