Tag Archives: DB2 Geeks

IDUG Round-Up and Geek Gallery

The DB2 Geeks had a fantastic time at the IDUG EMEA Technical Conference last month in Berlin. With Triton Directors Julian Stuhler and Paul Stoker presenting at the conference and Iqbal Goralwalla, Triton’s Head of Managed Services involved in the … Continue reading

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First Time at IDUG, Second Time Around

Not having attended IDUG for 5 years at least, registering for IDUG EMEA in Berlin I felt as apprehensive as the first time I attended IDUG. But it didn’t take long to bump into some old DB2 friends (colleagues I … Continue reading

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Beat The Geek and Win at IDUG Berlin 2012

Triton Consulting are delighted to invite you to their exclusive ‘Beat the Geek’ drinks reception at the IDUG Technical Conference in Berlin.  Come along to meet and socialise with the Triton geeks and their partner DBI Software and win some … Continue reading

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Are you a DB2 Geek Superhero or just a Wannabe?

Over here at DB2 Geek central we are proud of our DB2 Geek status and you should be too!  The question is, are you really a DB2 Geek or simply a pretender? Take our quiz to find out whether you’re … Continue reading

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Join the DB2 Geek Discussion

We’ve started a Confessions of a DB2 Geek group at Channel DB2.  Click here to join the discussion. Find out more about DB2 Geeks here. Our current hot topic is on DB2 LUW Security.  If you have a question or a … Continue reading

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DB2 Support from as little as £15,000 a year!

We’re offering expert DB2 support from as little as £15,000 a year.  This means that you get Remote Support for your DB2 systems from the DB2 Experts!  As IBM Premier Business Partners we are the support partner of choice for … Continue reading

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DB2 Geek Confession of the Month

March 2010- Unintended Consequences We’ve all done it.  You see a great new feature in DB2 and jump headling into using it without fully appreciating all of the implications.  Here’s a case in point: One of our clients is a … Continue reading

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Have you heard the pureScale podcast?

Get the lowdown on data sharing!  Click here to download the podcast. With the launch of pureScale at the end of 2009, IBM announced to the world that they were bringing mainframe style data sharing to the AIX platform – … Continue reading

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Are IT Professionals Reclaiming Their Inner Geek?

In an intersting post on CIO.com entitled “Geek Pride: Soft Skills Are for Weenies” Meridith Levinson discusses whether IT professionals are fighting against pressure to demonstrate soft skills and reclaiming their inner geek.  Click here to read the full article … Continue reading

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“If you’re a retailer with a high volume online transaction environment then DB2 pureScale is going to be absolutely ideal for you”

In our first Confessions of a DB2 Geek podcast we chat to two of our DB2 experts about pureScale and what this important new release means for organisations running DB2 on midrange platforms. An ideal fit for the retail sector, … Continue reading

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