With only a short time to go until IDUG arrives in Prague (for the third time) I've got the privilege of introducing you to Prague (or Praha as it is properly known in Czech), with a view to making your time attending the IDUG DB2 Technical Conference as fulfilling as possible. While your principal
Everyone likes free stuff, don't we? This entry will be only about stuff we give or gave away for free. No strings attached? We don't expect much in return, with one notable exception being explained later.
I admit it, that "Day 3" entry wasn't really written on the 3th day of our conference. Not even on the 4th. There are simply too much things going on at the conference to get that done in real time.This time I'm not even going to pretend it's the last conference day. You wouldn't believe me anyway.
That was a pretty short night, but we’re ready for the most technical day of the week. Each track has six sessions planned, nicely divided with the two expert panels planned in the middle. I guess you're not looking for pictures of those, are you? Well, here are a few anyway. I personally look forwa
Order of the day: the opening keynote. As you know, we’re celebrating IDUG’s 25th and DB2’s 30th anniversaries this year. Bonnie Baker, Julian Stuhler and Tim Vincent gave their vision on the history, the present and future of DB2. Even though the attendance rate was really good, there wasn’t a thin