Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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Friday, January 16, 2009

2009 Oracle Users Conferences: Increasing Technical Skills

This is the time of year to start looking at upcoming Oracle user conferences. Attending local user groups are also an excellent way to get some great training. Upcoming Oracle user conferences I strongly recommend include:
  • Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group, February 11-12 2009, Denver, CO, USA
  • Hotsos Symposium, March 8-12 2009, Dallas, TX, USA
  • COLLABORATE '09' Conference, May 3-7 2009, Orlando, FL ,USA
  • Kaleidoscope 2009 conference, June 21 - 25 2009, Monterey, CA, USA
Local user conferences that I have attended that have been excellent include:
  • Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group
  • Dallas Oracle Users Group
  • Northern California Oracle Users Group
  • New York Oracle Users Group
  • Houston Oracle Users Group


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