Special Guests: Ember Crooks, Rosetta, and Fred Sobotka, FRS Consulting
DB2 LUW Potluck - DB2 Experts Review Insights from IBM IOD 2013
88% of our studio audience learned something! 12% attended for the humor! During this episode of The DB2Night Show™, Ember and Fred shared with us what they learned and observed at IBM IOD 2013. Find HADR tidbits and more, plus some great advice if you are thinking about attending IBM Insights in 2014! Watch and learn...
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I think this was a fun and informative show. Fred has a great sense of humor and Ember has terrific attention to details. I like having multiple guests. When one has trouble with their internet connection, we switch to the other! I suggest you follow them both on Twitter:
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Episode #119, 8 November 2013, DB2 LUW Potluck - Insights from IBM IOD 2013 with guests Ember Crooks and Fred Sobotka
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