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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

George Trujillo at Oracle and MySQL Conferences

Some of my best friends I've gained and things I have learned have been at business and technical conferences.  Here are three excellent conferences I hope to attend in the next few months:
  • RMOUG (Denver: Feb 16 - 18) - Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group - A fantastic local Oracle users conference.
  • Collab 10 (Las Vegas:Apr 18 - 22)  - Collaborate 10- The big Oracle users conference of the year.
  • MySQL Conference and Expo (Santa Clara:Apr 12 - 15) - MySQL users conference.

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