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Thanks to an amazing team of authors led by Raul Chong, people of the world have high-quality ebooks available to them to learn about DB2 and related products.  The authors who have worked on these books are experts in their area and they have volunteered to share their expertise with you for no financial gain to themselves.

 

The authors can be found around the world, so as a result, you’ll see that many of the titles have already or will one day be translated to another language.  We at IBM want to make sure that everyone in the world is able to benefit from the knowledge that is being shared.

 

Seven books are already completed and at this time are only available in electronic format from the sites linked below. 

 

FREE ebook - Database fundamentals

Learn the basics of relational database theory and other information models. This book discusses database logical and physical design, and introduces you to the SQL language. Practice with hands-on exercises!

Authors:
Neeraj Sharma, Liviu Perniu, Raul F. Chong, Abhishek Iyer, Adi-Cristina Mitea, Chaitali Nandan, Mallarswami Nonvinkere, Mirela Danubianu


FREE ebook - Getting started with DB2 Express-C

This is the 3rd edition of this popular DB2 book. Learn what DB2 is all about. It's been updated for DB2 9.7 and has been translated to many languages.
Authors:
Raul F. Chong, Ian Hakes, Rav Ahuja


FREE ebook - Getting started with Adobe Flex

Adobe® Flex® is the technology of the future; it takes you to the next level of Web application development by providing a free open source framework to develop Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). Using the Flex framework, you can build software that can be used in combination with other server side technologies such as PHP, J2EE, ColdFusion, .NET, and so on. Learn how to use it and develop applications in conjunction with  DB2 Express-C, the no-charge edition of DB2; or IBM Data Studio, a free eclipse-based IDE that can help you develop data Web services in minutes.  
Authors:
Amitava Kundu, Charu Kundu, Charu Agarwal, Anushka Chandrababu, Mukul Kumar, Karthik Ramanarayanan, Raul F. Chong


FREE ebook - Getting started with DB2 application development

This book introduces you to DB2® application development using DB2 Express-C. Learn about DB2 stored procedures, functions and Data Web services using SQL and XQuery.  Learn how to work with DB2 and JavaTM, C/C++, .NET, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Perl, and more!
Authors:
Raul F. Chong, Xiqiang Ji, Priyanka Joshi, Vineet Mishra, Min Wei Yao


FREE ebook - Getting started with IBM Data Studio for DB2

IBM Data Studio is an Eclipse-based tool that is the replacement of the DB2® Control Center and other tools for DB2. In conjunction with DB2 Express-C, the no-charge edition of DB2, Data Studio is ideal for DBAs, developers, students, ISVs, or consultants because it's easy and free to use. You can extend Data Studio with additional robust management and development capabilities from IBM to help accelerate solution delivery, optimize performance, protect data privacy, manage data growth, and more.
Authors:
Debra Eaton, Vitor  Rodrigues, Manoj K. Sardana, Michael Schenker, Kathryn Zeidenstein & Raul F. Chong

 

FREE ebook - Getting started with open source development

Open source software development is a community-driven methodology to develop products, from the design and development stages to distribution. Developers across differents part of the world are passionate about their collaboration, and several successful projects including Firefox, Moodle, and Drupal are widely used today. Moreover, many companies are using open source software as the foundation to build their business models.
This book gets you started into the fascinating world of open source software development. Using the exercises and case studies provided, you will get good hands-on experience to contribute to and start open source projects.     
Authors:
Rachna Kapur, Mario Briggs,  Pedro Carvalho, Ulisses Costa, Tapas Saha, Raul F. Chong, Peter Kohlmann 


FREE ebook - Getting started with WAS CE

WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (Community Edition for short) is part of the IBM WebSphere Application Server family.  Community Edition is the free edition built on top of Apache Geronimo. Learn how to use Community Edition to develop Java EE applications in conjunction with Eclipse and DB2 Express-C, the no-charge edition of DB2.
Authors:
Jiang Lin Quan, Dai Xuan, Wang Lei, Juliano Marcos Martins, Chi Run Hua, Xia Ming, Tang Ying, Raul F. Chong

 

Coming Soon:

In addition to the seven completed titles… check out this ambitious list of books that are coming soon:

  • Getting started with Web 2.0
  • Programming fundamentals
  • Software engineering and databases
  • Ten steps to career success
  • A career in databases
  • Getting started with C and C++
  • Getting started with cloud computing
  • Getting started with Data Warehousing
  • Getting started with Perl
  • Getting started with PHP
  • Getting started with pureQuery
  • Getting started with Python
  • Getting started with Ruby on Rails
  • Getting started with SOA
  • Getting started with Eclipse
  • Getting started with InfoSphere Data Architect
  • Getting started with Java
  • Getting started with Mac
  • Getting started with mobile application development

Thanks to all the authors involved…. your efforts are very much appreciated.  Congratulations on your amazing accomplishment.

 

 

Susan

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Hi!
Susan, this is Rajesh kumar singh from India. I went through the books from your book sights ,I found them very useful , specially the books on application development in DB2. I have already gone through the fundamental books and the db2 dba books all of them are really wounderful. I also like to participate in the events you conduct for db2 professionals. It would be great if you could reply me at my email address rajesh10.kumar@gmail.com.
Thank you .
Rajesh kumar singh

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