MAbbey’s musings on Monday at COLLABORATE13
As per many previous IOUG/OAUG/Quest shows, Pythian is will be in Denver next week! It was a sunny day in the fall of 1991 when I gave my first paper at International Oracle User Week (IOUW), a pre-cursor to COLLABORATE and a few earlier incarnations called IOUG-Live and IOUG-Alive! It has been a whirlwind of…
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This post will take a look at RMOUG 2013, the events, the sessions and the great chance to meet friends and colleagues
As usual, the who’s-who of the Oracle tech space will be assembling in Denver the week of February 11 for the Rock Mountain Oracle Users’ Group. A plethora of Pythian employees with be speaking as will we also have a booth in the vendor hall. Please drop by and say “hi”. See the full detail of who is presenting and when.
Today is Hotsos Symposium 2008 Training Day — one full day with Tom Kyte. FInd out how I spent my last day at the Hotsos Symposium 2008.
The symposia is still ongoing and my head is slowly filling up — relieved from my presentation, finally, I’m able to focus on others’ sessions. I attended Wolfgang Breitling’s presentation on “Active Statistics”. He provided a lot of insights into statistics gathering options and emphasized lots of new features in 11g. Have a look at my post to read about some of the other great presentations I attended.
I’m on the plane back to Canada and I’m extremely satisfied with the UKOUG conference this year. Find out about the last day highlights and post conference exploits here.
I decided to go to a presentation about Enterprise Manager. My own presentation went probably well as far as I could judge following up with people later in the day.Just before my session I bumped into Jonathan Lewis during lunch time and he asked me if it’s true that I fell asleep in the middle of his session. To give you some background,
Well, this was a nice Oracle Bloggers Meetup this year. It was less crowded compare to last year which is a bit surprising if you think about it — there are more and more Oracle bloggers around. On the other hand, it let me focus more talking to participants of Oracle blogosphere and other social networking Oracle related crowd and I met quite a few new faces.