Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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Monday, October 12, 2009

Oracle Open World 2009 - Oracle ACEs dinner

















The Oracle ACEs dinner was absolutely fantastic as always.  Thanks Lillian for putting together a fantastic program. The Oracle ACEs program brings together some of the top Oracle leaders in the user community.  The picture is of the new Oracle ACE tshirt.   I love the shirts and coats we get in the ACEs program.  Information exchanged over dinner more than pays for the the price of the Oracle conference.  The Oracle ACE program is also important to me because I can make statements about Oracle version 4 or 5 and there are others there that understand what I am saying.  :)

Another great shirt from the Oracle ACEs program.  Too funny, but I like this shirt. :)


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