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Susan Visser
Job Title:
Publishing Program Manager
Company:
IBM Canada
Homepage/Blog:
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/SusanVisser
Platforms of Interest:
Linux/UNIX/Windows, z/OS, Other

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At 9:22am on July 10, 2013, Gianni Aubry said…

Hi Susan
I would like to make the DB2 certification V10.1. Did you give me some hints which are the best books for preparing to this certification?

many thanks in advance for your answer

Gianni

At 9:09pm on July 4, 2010, Thiago said…
Hello Susan, how's things?

After a while studying for 732 exam (using your book) I got my certification. Phew... it wasn't so easy at all. Now I'm looking forward to 737. This certification seems to be very useful knowledge. I'd like to know if there is a group in which is studying for 737 exam.

Talk to you soon,
Thiago Rossetto
At 9:18am on March 11, 2010, Weiler Gonçalves Monteiro Junior said…
Hellow Word!
Gostaria de saber como fazer uma consulta e retornar o conteúdo que está entre traços.
ex:
1º 2º 3º
XXYYY-XXXYYY-12345-XXXYYYZZZ
no caso acima gostaria saber como fazer uma consulta para retornar os valores que estão entre o 2º traço e o 3º traço.
no caso acima o resultado seria 12345. mas poderia ser qualquer outro valor.
como fazer uma consulta para ter esses valores, independente do tanto de caracteres que possua entre os traços... em um caso poderia ser 5 caracteres como no caso acima, mas em outro poderia ser 10 caracteres... por isso me interessa o resultado que exista entre os traços.
desde já agradeço.

Weiler
At 11:46pm on November 9, 2009, Isaac said…
Hi Susan,
Yes :-) that's the one ...
At 11:27am on November 9, 2009, Isaac said…
Hi Susan

It should be 2009 not 2008 :-)

Isaac Yassin
At 10:39am on July 30, 2009, Frank C. Fillmore, Jr. said…
Susan, I'm looking forward to seeing you at IOD in Vegas as well (budgets permitting). All the best, 'till then.
At 11:13am on July 8, 2009, Fernando Isolini said…
Hello Susan!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lHbVAiz1pU
At 9:29pm on April 15, 2009, PUNIT said…
Hey susan thank you very much for the help and it's really a good offer which IBM is providing and i will be looking forward into this as it's about to close i guess still 15 days remaining and as you have told it's really tough time out there and have to make individual oneself with extra skills and i believe this wold help me in the competitive world. thanks again and have a good day
At 12:45am on April 10, 2009, PUNIT said…
Hello susan as i have gone through the certification program you have mentioned in your profile i would like to ask that is it good for going ti certification of DB2 9 fundamental exam 730 in today's time? Any help would be really appreciated . thanks
At 7:48am on January 29, 2009, Rodolfo said…
Hello Susan... i read your "All Things Certification" and at the bottom there's a post about a book for DB2 737 certification and I believe it would be a great idea to have it published because a bunch of people are interested on it :)

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