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    Unanswered: IBM seminars on DB2 in Scarborough ?

    Who knows anything abt annual IBM seminars on DB2 in Scarborough, ON?
    Link or any other info will be appreciated.
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    Why Scarborough and not Markham

    I'm not aware of any DB2 seminars in Scarborough. I attended IDUG in the past

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    Quote Originally Posted by db2girl View Post
    Why Scarborough and not Markham

    I'm not aware of any DB2 seminars in Scarborough. I attended IDUG in the past
    those are at Steeles and Pharmacy, right? I found their link and they do hold those seminars. They are not free though
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    I'm not sure if IBM offers free seminars on Steeles. IDUG conferences used to be downtown and were not free. I did attend some 1-2 day free seminars offered by Platinum, BMC... and those were free.

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    Is this what you have in mind:

    IBM LUW DBA Integrated tools
    AN IBM PROOF OF TECHNOLOGY
    Date: July 14, 2010
    Time: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
    Location: IBM Canada, 3600 Steeles Ave E, Markham, ON
    See attachment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n_i View Post
    Is this what you have in mind:
    See attachment.
    not really. they are more like what Bella mentioned. and were free and one had a shot at free cert. test during the seminar. i guess times have changed. nothing is free anymore and even more expensive with additional taxes (HST)
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