Oracle RAC SIG Elections

Sep 10, 2009 / By Alex Gorbachev

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Oracle RAC SIG is holding elections for its officers and it’s now time for all RAC SIG members to vote. The voting is closed on 30-Sep so make sure you don’t miss the deadline — go to Oracle RAC SIG web-site and click on “Elections” tab (here is the direct link if it works).

If you are not already a member of Oracle RAC SIG and interested in Oracle RAC technology then you should definitely join — it’s free. As a member of RAC SIG you can enjoy regular webinars about Oracle RAC technology as well as access previous archives. Some time ago, I have done a webinar on RAC connection management and there are many good presenters involved. RAC SIG also active at the conferences and organizes round tables, speaker panels and other events. I’ve been involved into one of the past events — RAC Attack! in Chicago — and also presented RAC session at the last year’s Oracle Open World. I’m doing another RAC presentation at the Open World this year during User Groups Forum on Sunday on behalf of RAC SIG.

RAC SIG keeps growing and engaged into more and more activities. I’ve been involved in RAC SIG activities for a while and now decided it’s a good time to step in more actively so I am running for the Vice President of the RAC SIG this year – I believe I can bring great value and make RAC SIG even more successful. You can find more details at the “Election” page of the Oracle RAC SIG web-site so please have a look and if you think I would be a good candidate (I’m sure you do) — cast your votes appropriately! ;-)

3 Responses to “Oracle RAC SIG Elections”

  • Frits Hoogland says:

    Alex, I can’t find you in the election screens?
    (I only see ‘Kai Yu’ who is running for president)

  • Alex Gorbachev says:

    Thanks Frits.

    Because of the RAC SIG rules this year, the president is elected from those who already served at RAC SIG board and there is only one candidate this year. The voting process is linear so you vote for the president and the next page is coming and etc and etc.

    Well, the interface is no ideal but hey – the position of web-site char is up for voting as well! :)

  • Frits Hoogland says:

    Alright! Done!

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