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Time is Running out to Submit your Presentation for IDUG 2006 - Europe

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"Go Further" at IDUG 2006 - Europe for FREE!

Are you interested in attending IDUG 2006 - Europe at no cost?
The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG®) invites you to accelerate
your career by presenting at IDUG 2006 - Europe in Rome, Italy, 9-13
October 2006.

Please visit the Call for Presentations page of IDUG Europe's web site
for your chance to be selected to speak at IDUG 2006 - Europe and
receive a free registration. Deadline for submitting a presentation is
17 February.

This year's conference is themed "Go Further." Delivering your
presentation at Europe's premier DB2 users conference is a great way to
go further in your career. Gain exposure and share your insights and
experiences with an audience of experts and colleagues dedicated to the
industry-leading database engine, DB2.

And, you will receive a complimentary conference registration if you
are selected to present at IDUG 2006 - Europe!
If you are not interested in presenting at this time, please make sure
to mark your calendars and make plans to attend IDUG 2006 - Europe on
9-13 October 2006 at the Rome Marriott Park Hotel. This year's
conference promises to be better than ever. Registration opens Spring

"Go Further!" Continue to visit for the latest
information about IDUG 2006 - Europe.

Visit the blog for a virtual experience of the conference. Check out
the IDUG Europe blog at:


Marcel LEVY
IDUG 2006 Europe Conference Planning Committee.
The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG) is an independent,
not-for-profit, user run organization whose mission is to support and
strengthen the information services community by providing the highest
quality education and services designed to promote the effective
utilization of the DB2 family of products.

Jan 13 '06 #1
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