August 8 SIRDUG Educational Seminars Featuring Bonnie Baker
WHEN? August 8 (Friday)
Dave & Busters (Charlotte, NC) See directions below
COST? Approximately $210 cash or check, per day, at the door.
We do not accept credit cards.
Featured Speaker - Bonnie Baker
8:00 - 9:00 - Registration - Coffee, Danish, and Networking
9:00 - 12:00 - Bonnie Baker "Application Programming Techniques That Make a Difference"
12:00 - 1:00 - Lunch
1:00 - 4:00 - Bonnie Baker "Application Programming Techniques That Make a Difference"
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8361 Concord Mills Boulevard
I-85 to Exit 49
Concord Mills Blvd. 2 miles from Lowe's Motor Speedway,
10 miles north of downtown Charlotte, and 17 miles from Charlotte Douglas
You can get a better map at the
Concord Mills Mall site.
Bonnie Baker is a consultant and educator specializing in applications performance issues on the DB2 OS/390 and z/OS platforms. She is an IBM DB2 Gold Consultant, a five-time winner of the IDUG Overall Best Speaker award, and a member of the IDUG Speakers' Hall of Fame. She is best known for her series of seminars entitled "Things I Wish They'd Told Me 8 Years Ago." She is a
frequent speaker at the U.S., European, Australian and Canadian DB2
Technical Conferences and IDUG's as well as many local DB2 user groups
(like ours!!). She tries
to bring her 'hands-on' 'from-the-trenches' perspective to her
presentations to provide real-life solutions to real-world problems.
Educational Seminar Details
August 8: "Application Programming Techniques That Make a Difference"
Programming techniques do make a difference. This seminar explains why
Application Developers and Database Administrators need real-world tips and
techniques to make life with DB2 easier, war-stories to learn from, and
down-to-earth analogies to unravel the complexities of designing and coding a
high-performance DB2 application.
Find out about Beth and Scott and Aunt Louise. Meet Uncle Op and the weird
cousin Arthur, and discover the humor in life with DB2.
This seminar includes application tuning techniques, SQL tips, slick ways of
deciphering EXPLAIN output,and many other gems gathered from many years of
designing,developing, and tuning DB2 systems. Also included in this one-day
seminar is a clear discussion of the DB2 "BLACK BOX"and an explanation of how
a program gets data from DB2 -information critical to understanding the impact
of various coding techniques on both on-line response time and batch runtimes.
New features available in V8 and V9 will be emphasized. Hints and tips are
given at all levels, for those who have used DB2 for years as well as those
who just met DB2. This seminar is based on DB2 for the Z/OS but those using
other platforms may find some of the information beneficial.
- Learn how DB2 thinks and how to make it think less
- Learn how programming techniques can make a difference
- Find out why some applications CRAWL and others FLY
- Discover why Stage 2 Predicates are BAD
- System Design and Programming Commits
- Using new features instead of programs
- Online vs Batch
- Understanding Rebind issues
- SQL Tips
- Highlighting performance topics
- Weird Stuff
- Take home tips that you can use immediately
Bonnie Baker speaks from many years of experience designing, developing and
tuning DB2 systems. She gives real-life answers to real-life problems with
DB2. Students leave "empowered" to make a difference immediately. This seminar
has been enthusiastically received throughout the world.
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