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DB2 in Portugal

Our main objective is to deliver and promote speeches, courses and workshops showing DB2 at our campus

Website: http://caos.di.uminho.pt/~db2/
Location: Portugal
Members: 17
Latest Activity: Jul 31, 2009

Free Db2 Developer Community Edition workshop at IDUG EMEA in Lisbon

IDUG EMEA is in Lisbon this October!  We will be hosting a free workshop on the last day of the conference, 5th October, 2017  The workshop is great to find out what is new in Db2 Developer Community edition.

It is aimed at developers, so it explains how Db2 can now store relational and JSON semi-structured and text data all in the same database to simplify coding.  We will cover Db2 from a programming language perspective, show how to do data science queries, show Db2 federation and more.  There are lots of demos in this workshop and we will do a download if you bring your laptop and provide some sample code as well.

Here is the description -- and invite your application developers. You can register here too. ibm.biz/db2wkshp

Let me know if you have questions.  Thanks. 

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Translated books 2 Replies

Started by Susan Visser. Last reply by Susan Visser Apr 2, 2009.

Final call for presentations: IDUG Europe 2009

Started by Aurora Dellanno Feb 24, 2009.

Some confusion with DB2 query used in coboldb2 pgm 1 Reply

Started by Vijay Kumar Vemuri. Last reply by Nuno Veloso Feb 11, 2009.

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Comment by Aurora Dellanno on February 24, 2009 at 8:57am


Presenting at IDUG 2009 - Europe gives you the opportunity to share your experiences, challenges and fresh approaches with hundreds of fellow DB2 professionals from around the world. Submit your intent to present at IDUG 2009 - Europe, 5-9 October in Rome, Italy by this Friday 27 February and as an added bonus, those selected to present technical sessions at IDUG 2009 - Europe receive a complimentary conference registration (value = EUR 1950).

IDUG is accepting submissions for this year's Call for Presentations in the following content categories until 27 February 2009:

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60 and 120 minute Technical Sessions
Educational breakout sessions comprise one or two hours of time in the IDUG 2009 - Europe conference program. View guidelines.
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Technical Product Presentations
Abstracts regarding specific DB2 tools and/or utilities (content cannot include sales or marketing). View guidelines.
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One-Day Seminars
Full-day (6-7 hours), in-depth seminars presented on Friday, 9 October 2009. View guidelines.

To submit educational or technical content in any of the above categories for IDUG 2009 - Europe, please complete the IDUG 2009 Call for Presentations Form.

If you have any questions on submitting a presentation proposal for review, please contact us at euspeakers@idug.org.

Make sure to follow www.IDUG.org/eu for the latest program details.

Kind regards,
IDUG Headquarters
Comment by Surekha Parekh on January 12, 2009 at 12:28pm
Hello, I have added some DB2 webcasts under the events section - under resources tab. Please feel free to register
Comment by agatha on December 17, 2008 at 5:41pm
Hi Nuno, see this discussion in DB2 in Brazil: Translate or not? (and also see my response). Start a similar discussion on DB2 in Portugal to see what the students think, and if they're interested in helping with the translation in Portuguese. I checked with the manager, and the names of the translators can appear on the first page of the certification material, e.g., on the first page of each tutorial, and also on the first page of each presentation. This will be a good way to get students interested in certification, and they can learn the material as they're translating it. ;-) Thanks!
Comment by agatha on December 15, 2008 at 7:55pm
Thanks, Nuno! No, just a misunderstanding.
Comment by Nuno Job on December 15, 2008 at 3:25pm
Changed it. My bad :)
Comment by agatha on December 15, 2008 at 3:07pm
Hi Nuno, thanks for creating this group!

(From the name you've chosen, I'm wondering if students will think it's a group only for ambassadors, which should not be the case. I'd like all computer science/engineering students from Portugal to join, so that they can communicate and collaborate on DB2 activities at their university.) Did you have another intention for this group?
 

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