Miracle OpenWorld 2010 Opening — We Do Not Use TV
Apr 15, 2010 / By Alex Gorbachev
I’m in Denmark these days at the wonderful Oracle conference organized by Miracle A/S — Miracle OpenWorld 2010. This is the sort of 80/80 conferences that we all love — we spend 80% of our time on technical content and 80% on networking with your peer. Of course, you have to sacrifice something like sleep but such is life.
Opening session was something special this year (as if it’s non-special any other year) — Jonathan Lewis was talking about something that he admitted he is not an expert in! He was presenting about Microsoft SQL Server and whether it’s and Enterprise-ready RDBMS. His conclusions were positive.
The opening was rounded up with a new film production demo from We Do Not Use TV Studio.
Of course, the strongest continued in the party house as usual. This year it was Mogen’s house and I still didn’t see him this morning. Because my presentation starts at 9am in the morning I had to leave the party early but we still managed to stick around past 1am sipping very nice and smooth tequila brought by Graham Wood.
Time to grab a bite and get ready to my dual-slot presentation — Under the Hood of Oracle Clusterware which is the very first presentation of today. More to come — stay tuned.
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