Replay- The DataView Show #17: Best Developer Features for Db2 z/OS V9-12 and LUW

Our special guest, Tony Andrews, shared his favorite newest developer features found in recent releases of IBM Db2. The enhancement lists are impressive, but the SQL tips are awesome! Be careful, you might get addicted to this replay!

Objectives:

  • Highlight the many new SQL enhancements and features from V9 to V12
  • Highlight the SQL enhancements that were especially helpful and efficient for developers
  • Covers SQL coding, optimization, and application design
  • Take away many great SQL examples

BIO for our special guest, Tony Andrews:
Tony Andrews has more than 25 years’ experience in the development of IBM Db2 relational database applications. Most of this time, he has provided development and consulting services to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. Tony has written literally thousands of queries and programs during his development years, and he has also served as a Db2 database analyst. For the past 10 years, Tony has been splitting his time between consulting engagements and training. His main focus is to teach today’s developers the ways of RDBMS application design, development, and SQL programming— always with a special emphasis on improving performance.

Tony is a current IBM champion and regular lecturer at industry conferences and local user groups. You may have seen him present at such events as IDUG NA and EMEA, and many regional users groups. He is a published author and is well known for his “Top 25+ Tuning Tips for Developers” presentations. Tony was awarded a ‘Best Speaker’ at the IDUG NA 2019 conference.

Tony Andrews, Db2 z/OS Expert, Teacher, Consultant
Tony Andrews, Db2 z/OS Expert, Teacher, Consultant, Themis Inc.

WATCH THE REPLAY

This show is 1hr 14 minutes long. Don’t miss a minute of it!

GET THE PDF

Tony was kind enough to share a PDF of his presentation. CLICK HERE to get your copy! Thanks!

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