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Attendees call the RPG & DB2 Summit the best educational value for IBM i developers. You'll get the highest quality speakers and sessions paired with low registration rates and an affordable hotel. Then add a relaxed Vendor Showcase and lots of extras to increase the value, including:

  • Breakfast and lunch on each day of the event
  • Welcome reception and dinner on Tuesday evening
  • All available session handouts on a flash drive

Rates for the Fall 2018 RPG & DB2 Summit

Conference Registration (October 2-4)

    Early Registration (thru Aug. 17, 2018) $1,295
    Standard Registration (thru Sept. 14, 2018) $1,495
    Standard Registration (after Sept. 14, 2018) $1,595

Hands-On Workshops (Monday, October 1)

    8-Hour Workshop with Conference Registration $295
    8-Hour Workshop Only (email us to register) $550

 

Special Group & Alumni Rates

In order to facilitate team-building, System i Developer extends special Alumni rates to those who attended a previous RPG & DB2 Summit as well as colleagues working for the same company in the same location. To take advantage of the Alumni rate, register using your Summit Alumni ID number. E-mail us if you no longer have access to your number.

Check out our host hotel for this event. And if you're concerned about last-minute changes to your schedule, take a look at our flexible cancellation policy.

We hope you can join us!

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Comprised of top experts in RPG IV, SQL, DB2, ILE, RSE, PHP and Web technologies, System i Developer delivers the very best RPG and DB2-focused education available.  Its cornerstone conference, the RPG & DB2 Summit, provides an interactive, total-immersion experience to RPG and DB2 developers who want to stay abreast of the latest advancements and learn how to apply specific RPG and DB2 techniques to keep their software applications vibrant and innovative. As independent educators with long-standing relationships with IBM, members of the consortium also work with individual organizations to provide well-informed, unbiased advice and training on any IBM i development topic—from basic best practices to the newest, most advanced techniques.

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