Will you join me at the Informix Users Group Conference 2017?
December 16, 2016 Leave a comment
by Rajesh Govindan, Portfolio Marketing Manager – Informix
Are you interested in improving your Informix skills, learning about new features, and networking with others who have encountered –and resolved –the same challenges that you face? Do you want to become professionally certified on Informix or other IBM Analytics products? Would you like to attend seminars and tutorials that help you develop skills that will increase your value to your organization? Of course you do!
To give you a heads up , next year’s International Informix Users Group conference will be held April 23 to April 27, 2017 in Raleigh, North Carolina, US. There, at Marriott City Center, you’ll enjoy three full days of educational sessions for Informix DBAs, developers and managers. We’ll have several tracks dedicated to specific areas of learning, so you can select which one is best for you.
The IIUG conference is the world’s largest gathering of Informix users. Last year’s event attracted over 400 professionals from throughout the world, and garnered enthusiastic reviews from many who participated.
Hari Ammundi, Senior DBA at Action Net, attended for the first time in 2016, and told us, “The workshops are a wealth of information that I’m going to take back, and I think I’ll be visiting year after year for these functions.” Hari, we look forward to seeing you again!
If you’d like to learn more about this year’s IIUG event, visit the web site. Those who register before January 31st will save their company money with an Early Bird Special that offers $375 off the regular fee.
Also, if you’ve got something to teach or talk about, we’re seeking presenters. So drop a note to Bruce Simms at email@example.com. (Presentations to global audiences look great on performance reviews and resumes!)
This is the premier world event for Informix DBAs, developers and managers. Please join and together we can ensure IIUG members remain recognized for their professionalism, expertise, and commitment to learning new Informix skills.
(Did you attend the IIUG event last year? If so, leave a comments to let me know what you enjoyed most at the conference.)