Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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Monday, February 09, 2009

George Trujillo at RMOUG (Denver Colorado)

The Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (RMOUG) is one of the top local Oracle user groups in the country. Their training days are February 10 - 12, 2009 at the Colorado Convention Center. On February 10th there are all day University events where you can see some of the top presenters focus on a specific topic. Then on February 11 - 12, there are the 1-2 hour presentations delivered by some of the top presenters in the Oracle world.

In today's economic climate it is more important than ever to maximize your networking, improve your technical skills and understand strategic directions. For technical DBAs, Developers, Application Server Administrators, Analysts, etc. technical user conferences are one of the best ways to achieve these goals. I can't recommend highly enough to attend the RMOUG conference if you can.

This year I am taking a break from presenting at conferences due to the number of side projects I am working on. However, there is incredible value in these Oracle user conferences and I plan on attending as many as I can. I thought I would go ahead and publish the presentations I plan on attending. There is no rhyme or reason for this schedule. I try to balance listening to future directions, new tips, looking at upcoming speakers, or seeing what a specific presenter has to say on a topic.

Presentations I plan on attending at RMOUG (this is tentative and may change):
Tuesday: February 10, 2009
Undecided on whether to attend University event.

Wed: February 11, 2009
9:00 Encryption Tom Kyte
10:30 Partitioning Tim Gorman
1:30 Tuning Advisors Donald Burleson
2:15 Best Practices Iggy Fernandez
3:15 Fusion Hands On Lynn Munsinger
5:00 Websphere John Vansant
6:00 Reception Four Seasons Ballroom

Thu: February 12, 2009
9:00 Execution Plans Charlie Callaway
10:15 Dev Workshop Cary Milsap
11:15 Execution Plans Tamal Poder
1:30 Connection Pools Michael Rosenbloom
2:45 Partitioning Hermann Baer
4:00 SOA for DBAs Brad Brown

I hope to run into as many friends as possible during the conference and hopefully will make a few new friends before the conference is over. You should also take a look at the upcoming IOUG Collaborate conference May 3 - 7, 2009 in Orlando, FL.

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