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Focused DB2 Education at IDUG 2005 - Europe

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Dear DB2 user,

My name is Marcel LÚvy and I'm a member of the IDUG 2005 Europe
Conference Planning Committee.
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Mark your calendars and make plans to attend...
IDUG 2005 Europe Conference
24-28 October 2005
Estrel Hotel & Convention Center
Berlin, Germany
Click here for details:
http://conferences.idug.org/europe/2005/index.cfm
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Maximise Your IDUG 2005 - Europe Experience with Educational Seminars

Stay a day after the full IDUG 2005 - Europe conference, scheduled for
24-27 October
at the Estrel Hotel & Convention Center in Berlin, Germany,
and attend a One-Day Educational Seminar (additional fee required).
http://conferences.idug.org//europe/...l_Seminars.cfm
Focusing on specific DB2 topics, these in-depth and hands-on full-day
seminars are being offered
on Friday, 28 October from 8:30 - 17:00.

Leverage your overall conference takeaway by attending the One-Day
Educational Seminars
for more comprehensive sessions on the most current, relevant DB2
topics.
The industry's leading authorities and instructors will present
workshops on the following hot topics:
- DB2 for z/OS System Monitoring & Performance Tuning Masterclass (Jan
Henderycks, BRAINWARE)
- Stored Procedures, Functions, and Triggers (Peter Backlund, Peter
Backlund DB2-Konsult AB)
- Introduction to DB2 Cube Views: Relational Goes Multi-Dimensional
(Jacqueline Bloemen and Guido Brunner, BeKS Business and eKnowledge
Solutions GmbH)
- DB2 on Linux - Hands-on (Borris Bialek, IBM Toronto Lab)
- DB2 High Performance Design and Tuning (Susan Lawson, YL&A, Inc)

Why Attend IDUG 2005 - Europe?
IDUG 2005 - Europe will equip you with the knowledge to enhance your
DB2 performance
and excel as a leader within the industry and includes:

- Free pre-conference seminars, offered by IBM, to prepare for
certification tests

- A Products and Service Exhibition featuring more than 15 leading data
management vendors

- In-depth knowledge about a vendor's specific product during Vendor
Solutions Presentations (VSPs)
In addition to the comprehensive focus on DB2 education provided
throughout the conference
and during the One-Day Educational Seminars, you won't want to miss
keynote presentations by:

- Dr. Anant Jhingran, Distinguished Engineer, Vice President and the
Chief Technology Officer
for IBM's Information Management Division.

- Cathy O'Dowd, motivational speaker and first woman to climb Mount
Everest from both the south and north sides

Register by Friday, 30 September and save 226 Euro on full conference
registration!
https://conferences.idug.org/secure/...05/regform.cfm

Be sure to book your hotel room at the Estrel Hotel by using the
official housing form
and make your travel arrangements soon to ensure availability and best
available rates.
http://conferences.idug.org/europe/2005/HousingForm.pdf
For the latest event information and to register, visit
http://www.idug.org

If you have any question or need any further information,
feel free to contact me at ma*************@yahoo.fr .
Regards,
Marcel LÚvy
IDUG 2005 Europe Conference Planning Committee.
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Experience four days of learning as IDUG 2005 - Europe, 24-28 October,
Berlin, Germany,
provides over 100 technical sessions from which to choose from for the
best in DB2 technical education.

To view a complete list of sessions, please download the 2005
Conference Schedule.
http://bneo15.sba.com/ew/idug/displa...d=52&display=g

Register today at http://www.idug.org
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