User groups and

By eweek  |  Posted 2003-11-17 Print this article Print

societies sites"> User groups and societies The International DB2 Users Group site can hook you up with news, content, features, events, and other people who work with IBM DB2.
The International Sybase User Group covers thousands of Sybase users in 20+ countries, and heres where they come to learn about all aspects of system development and operation, from system analysis and design to maintenance, warehousing and the Web. The International Oracle Users Group site is the place to go for information, education and networking within the Oracle community. The Professional Association for SQL Server site serves as a forum for education, networking, and influencing the direction of SQL Server and related products and services. The Canadian Information Processing Society, or (CIPS), represents more than 8,000 Information Technology (IT) Professionals in major cities across Canada. DAMA, The Data Management Association International, is an international not-for-profit association of data resource management professionals with chapters and Members-At-Large around the world. The IEEE Computer Society has nearly 100,000 members, making it the worlds leading organization of computer professionals. Founded in 1946, it is the largest of the 37 societies of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). International Informix Users Group (IIUG) is the most influential user group representing the users of Informix products. Thousands of IIUG members around the world network, share knowledge and influence IBM and other vendors through IIUG. SHARE is a non-profit, voluntary organization whose Member organizations are users of IBM information systems. SHAREs mission is to improve the effectiveness of Members information systems by providing education, promoting mutual support, and by influencing Information Technology strategies, products, and services. The Association of Computing Machinery is a leading voice in the computing and IT community, and its site serves as a forum for ideas on how technology can better serve society. ACM hosts the computing industrys leading Digital Library and Portal to computing literature. The site features links to its journals and magazines, special interest groups, conferences, workshops, electronic forums, Career Resource Centre and Professional Development Centre. Next page: Business intelligence sites.


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