Here’s a list of just some of the DB2 blogs that I follow religiously: An Expert’s Guide to DB2 Technology Chris Eaton Build your Skill on DB2: books, certifications, tutorials, and more Susan Visser Database Talk: Insights on DB2 & Application Development Leon Katsnelson Enjoy!
A few days ago, an article caught my eye on the front page of Digg. It claimed to be a list of the top 10 largest databases in the world. Unfortunately, the article was riddled was errors. To see a more accurate list of the largest databases in the world, I recommend visiting Winter Corporation. Their […]
A few weeks back, I mentioned that the DB2 Runtime/Compiler area was hiring co-op students. Now, I’m excited to announce that we’re also hiring full-time C/C++ Software Developers. The ideal candidates are innovative and energetic new graduates that want to develop world-class software at Canada’s largest software development facility, the IBM Toronto Lab. You can […]
If you’re interested in understanding DB2 LUW database performance, you won’t want to miss this. Performance guru, Steve Rees, is speaking abut tuning and troubleshooting on Wednesday, Feb 21, 2007 at 1 PM EST. The presentation is part of IBM’s ongoing “Chat with the Lab” series. You can register for the chat here. Don’t worry if you […]
I’ll be speaking at the International DB2 User Group‘s 2007 North American conference on Monday, May 7, 2007 from 1:40 to 2:40 pm. My topic is “MDC Performance – Customer Examples and Experiences“. It is session E03 – part of the DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows “Cutting Edge” track. For those unfamilar, MDC refers to […]