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HOTDUG is located in Austin, TX, serving the Local DB2 Community. Our members consist of DBAs, developers and managers dedicated to sharing information and ideals to further promote the understanding of DB2.

HOTDUG holds quarterly meetings, generally on the first Tuesday of the month. Meeting facilities are provided by different State agencies or companies around the Austin area, and change each quarter. Our quarterly meetings offer high quality technical presentations concerning DB2 on both mainframe and distributed platforms.

For details on upcoming HOTDUG Events and Meetings, please check the column to the left, or click the "Events" link from the above menu. Membership in HOTDUG is FREE thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.

Melody Norsworthy- HOTDUG's first President- established the Heart of Texas DB2 Users Group in 1997. Melody contacted her fellow DB2 colleagues within the Hill Country area to form the core group. The core group decided the mission, format and how often and when to meet, etc.

The first Heart of Texas Users Group meeting was held on November 4, 1997, at the John H. Regan building in Austin, Texas. The organization's founding officers were elected at the meeting which was a great success- boasting 47 attendees from 11 different organizations.

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