I have written about this before for version 9.7. The IBM DB2 Knowledge Center can be a bit unreliable – sometimes the search doesn’t return the obvious results. Sometimes it’s down entirely at the worst time. And for consultants, sometimes we work on networks that will not allow us to get out to the IBM Knowledge Center.… Read the restContinue reading »
This week, I’ll be giving two presentations for two users groups – one in St. Louis and one in Wisconsin.
The two presentations I’ll be giving are:
DB2 Basics: Writing SQL with Examples on DB2 10.5 System Views and Table Functions
Some DBAs write SQL every day and others not as much.… Read the restContinue reading »
For me, it’s 1:00am. But for those who hustle and bustle around the airport in Amsterdam it’s 7:00am and time to start the day. It’s an exciting experience for me, traveling internationally for only the second time in my life, as the winner of the DB2 Night Show’s “DB2’s Got Talent” competition.… Read the restContinue reading »
IBM’s Insight conference (the conference formerly known as IOD or Information On Demand) is next week in Las Vegas. It’s a large conference that covers more than just DB2, but it is still DB2 geek heaven. I’ll be there – stop me to chat if you see me, I love to talk tech with anyone.… Read the restContinue reading »
One of the most frustrating things a DBA can experience is troubleshooting due to bad data. The client is upset because rows are missing or incorrect data is returned. The client facing web front end could be displaying gobilty-gook because the data retrieved makes no sense.… Read the restContinue reading »