IBM TechU: An Investment That Always Pays Off
With a 20+ year legacy of delivering unparalleled technical training, IBM Systems Technical University (TechU) conferences are the place to grow your skills.
By Sharon Kent01/02/2020
Grow Your Skills to Grow Your ValueIT professionals are keenly aware of the growing skills gap and the need to continually invest in their skill development. With the retirement of boomers coupled with the breakneck pace of new technologies, training is key to reverse this trend.
With a 20+ year legacy of delivering unparalleled technical training, IBM Systems Technical University (TechU) conferences are the place to grow your skills. You can:
- Sharpen your expertise with hundreds of learning sessions led by IBM Distinguished Engineers and product experts
- Experience the latest technology via demos geared to all skill levels
- Test-drive new products from IBM and IBM business partners in the Solution Center
- Expand your professional network when you connect with product developers and industry leaders
- Learn from your peers via networking sessions and discussions on real-world IT challenges and successes
Showcase Your Know-HowMany TechU events offer IBM Professional Certification exams and IBM Digital Badges. These credentials are a savvy way to validate your expertise. Badges are available in many areas including pervasive encryption, LinuxONE, z/OS, AIX administration, storage and more. Enhance your online resume when you display these digital credentials in your LinkedIn profile or other platforms.
Which City Is Your TechU?From Istanbul to Orlando, there’s a 2020 TechU conference on every continent (except Antarctica)! You can choose from 17 events. See what’s in store when you watch the global video and decide which TechU will be YOUR learning destination.
The first U.S. TechU runs May 18-22, 2020 in Orlando. Learn from more than 700 lectures, demos and hands-on labs. Plus, you can save $200 with the early bird rate if you register by February 23, 2020. Learn more and enroll today! Registration opens January 27, 2020.
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Sharon Kent is a project manager for IBM TechU conferences.More →
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