Wednesday, April 16, 2008

BT : Upcoming Events Belgium

For those who missed some previous posts. I use 'BT' to indicate this is a specific 'Belgian Topic' (in analogy to 'OT'). Many newsletters give frequent updates on all the events happening in the US. Unfortunately for Belgian customers, it's a bit too far to attend those.

So once in a while, I compile a list of Belgian events I think to be interesting. I put them in the agenda at the right hand side of my blog. Most of them are at IBM Forum in Brussels (except where indicated). Here's a little survey for the next month :

17-18/04/2008 GSE Regional Conference BeLux at Thermae Palace Oostende
Topics : Consolidation Flavors and 'What is happening Today?'

18/04/2008 Paint IT Green
Morning session for CIOs, data-centre and IT managers who want to implement ‘Green IT’ in their daily lives (in Eindhoven)

23/04/2008 DB2 9 for zOS and tools workshop
One-day free seminar for technical professionals, architects and managers to gain insight into DB2 9 for z/OS and optimizing its use by getting the latest information on the IBM DB2 tools

06/05/2008 PoT - Mastering your Application Development Process with Rational Unified Process
By exercising 2 tools of the IBM Rational solution for business driven development (Rational Method Composer and Rational Portfolio Management), attendees will understand how they can use these tools to prioritize, plan, manage and measure projects as a comprehensive portfolio

19-20-21/05/2008 PoT - Building the WebSphere Foundation with WAS and ESB
This free 3-day Proof-of-Technology session focuses on two products that are the foundation of the WebSphere portfolio: WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (WESB)

22/05/2008 PoT - Building the WebSphere Foundation with MQ
In this Proof of Technology you’ll be informed on several extensions which rely on WebSphere MQ. You‘ll have the opportunity to practice the products in hands-on labs

Do take a look at the IBM Events Page because there are e.g. more sessions on the Rational Products.

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