DB2 Blogs

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!

Largest Databases in the World

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 […]

We’re hiring Software Developers!

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 […]

Zen and the Art of Database Performance

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’m speaking at IDUG 2007 North America

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 […]