Db2 Symposium Europe 2019

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Db2 Symposium Europe 2019

Time: May 13, 2019 to May 16, 2019
Location: nH Conference Hotel Koningshof
Street: Locht 117
City/Town: 5504 RM Veldhoven – The Netherlands
Website or Map: https://www.kbce.com/events/d…
Event Type: education
Organized By: KBCE
Latest Activity: Feb 21

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We proudly present to you our 21st DB2 Symposium in Veldhoven / The Netherlands from 13-16 May 2019 with six DB2 z/OS and three DB2 LUW full-day sessions. No matter if you are a developer, DBA or system programmer there is always something on the agenda for you. We are very proud to have three excellent presenters from IBM (Ute Baumbach, Bart Steegmans and Alan Lee). All other presenters (Susan Lawson, Cristian Molaro, Kurt Struyff and Klaas Brant) are all IBM DB2 Gold consultants, who got that status from IBM because of their excellent knowledge.  As always you can join us for 3, 2 or just 1 day(s), depending on your needs and budget.

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