DataGeek to Start Offering Some Spanish Language Translations

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Welcome readers! I have a friend who has offered to provide Spanish language translations of some blog entries. The list of entries to work through is long, so if you have any articles you’d particularly like to see in Spanish, please comment with them so we can add them to his list.

If you would like to contribute and work on translating blog entries to Spanish or another language, let me know and we can talk about it. If you have any you’ve translated internally for colleges and would like to share, that would be awesome!

The first translation is available now!

When a Spanish translation is availble for an article, A language selection will show up in the menu bar:

A bit of an introduction to José Raúl Barón Rodríguez:

José Raúl Barón Rodríguez has been an IT professional for over 25 years, starting with DB2 for IBM’s mainframe VM systems (later known as z/VM). He was then involved in the migration from DB2/VM to DB2 LUW on z/Linux (Linux as a virtual machine under z/VM), as well as its integration and automation tasks. José was also involved in Oracle to DB2 migration project in 2011-2012. An occasional contributor to SPDUG (Spain’s DB2 User’s Group), he has been supporting the different DB2 releases ever since (8.2 up to current).

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Ember is always curious and thrives on change. Working in IT provides a lot of that change, but after 18 years developing a top-level expertise on Db2 for mid-range servers and more than 7 years blogging about it, Ember is hungry for new challenges and looks to expand her skill set to the Data Engineering role for Data Science. With in-depth SQL and RDBMS knowledge, Ember shares both posts about her core skill set and her journey into Data Science. Ember lives in Denver and work from home

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