October 2008 Blog Posts (4)

IOD Day 3 and 4

One of the sessions I attended Tuesaday was Tim Vincent's DB2 Best Practices. The room holds 200 people and was quite full with people standing in the back.

Best Practices 'present advice on the most optimal ways you can use DB2 to satisfy key business data processing needs' and several of them have been published on topics like database storage, design, HA, security, pureXML, etc. Tuesday night was the 'beach'… Continue

Added by Rav Ahuja on October 30, 2008 at 4:26am — No Comments

IOD2008 Day 2 - Monday - Wiis and Guitar Hero

The day kicked off early with the Grand Opening Session with MC Martin Short. Was a bit too early for me although heard it was great ... check out the

announcements in Adam's blog. I found there has been a lot of enthusiasm about the conference all day, even at end of the day. Everyone I've met has been pretty excited and keeping quite busy. Most people I talked to said there were a lot of great technical… Continue

Added by Rav Ahuja on October 28, 2008 at 2:00am — No Comments

IOD2008 Day 1 Post 2 - Sunday Evening - IBM Data Management Awards 2008

I didn't think I would have the energy to write this but thanks to Little Ceasers, here are some of the highlights from the closing of day 1 at the IOD conf in Vegas... Well I didn't make it to the EXPO grand opening (was at NY NY in the DB2 FTAC meeting - technical specialists), but did get to the Data Management reception at the IOD conf. It was a grand reception. It took me a while to find the room and after wandering through few of the other receptions, I think the Data Management one was… Continue

Added by Rav Ahuja on October 27, 2008 at 4:30am — No Comments

IOD2008 Day 1 Post 1 - Sunday afternoon

I arrived in Las Vegas Saturday night and checked into Luxor. Now Luxor is the next hotel to Mandalay Bay, where the conference is taking place, but as you can see from this picture taken from my room, it isn't just a stone's throw away. Its bit of a walk getting to the convention area even if you take the tram, well those staying at the Mandalay Bay will probably agree too. But its a big conference ... with over 7000 attendees, and takes more than one hotel to accommodate everyone.… Continue

Added by Rav Ahuja on October 26, 2008 at 8:00pm — No Comments

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