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Two great California Oracle user group events this week

There are two superb Oracle user group events this week, one in the San Francisco Bay area and another in Los Angeles.  I'm flying-out to speak at both conferences and I join a group of respected Oracle teachers with some great technical topics.  These are fantastic opportunities to learn advanced Oracle from the top Guru's while networking with fellow Oracle professionals:

  • Northern California Oracle Users Group - NoCOUG Spring Conference 2007 at Lockheed in Sunnyvale - This is a great conference featuring Steve Feuerstein, Don Burleson, Matt Larson, George Trujillo and other notables.
     
  • Los Angeles Oracle Users Group Spring Conference - The LAOUG spring 2007 conference features great technical topics for both DBA's and developers.  Janet Burleson will also present her popular presentation on how to Ace your Oracle job interview.

See below for individual session details.


NoCOUG Conference details:

8:00 - 9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast - Refreshments Served
9:00 - 9:30 General Session and Welcome - Lisa Loper, NoCOUG President
9:30 - 10:15 Keynote: Fusion: The New Frontier - Oracle Administration in the Future - Steve Lemme, Computer Associates
10:15 - 10:45 Break
  Auditorium Executive Conference Room X7 Conference Room
10:45 - 11:45
Session 1
Optimizing SQL in Your PL/SQL Programs by Steven Feuerstein, Quest Software Wait-Time Based Oracle Performance Management by Matt Larson, Confio Software The Hunt for Killer Skew by Iggy Fernandez, Verizon Business
11:45 - 12:45 Lunch
12:45 - 1:45
Session 2
Writing Maintainable Code by Steven Feuerstein, Quest Software AWR: Going Beyond the Scripts Supplied by Oracle by Jerry Brenner, Guidewire Software Ultimate Guide for Oracle Storage Administration by George Trujillo, Trubix Inc.
1:45 - 2:15 Break and Refreshments
Last chance to visit the vendors
2:15 - 3:15
Session 3
Oracle 2020: A Look at How Upcoming Trends and Changes Will Affect Your Life by Donald Burleson, Burleson Consulting Diagnosing Bottlenecks in Oracle Streams by Brian Keating and Chris Lawson, independent consultants Managing the Data Exchange Relationship (Part I) by Michael Scofield, ESRI, Inc.
3:15 - 3:45 Raffle
3:45 - 4:45
Session 4
Inside the Oracle 10g Cost-based SQL Optimizer by Donald Burleson, Burleson Consulting RAC for Beginners: The Basics by Dan Norris, IT Convergence Managing the Data Exchange Relationship (Part II) by Michael Scofield, ESRI, Inc.

 


 

LAOUG Spring Conference Details

Spring 2007 Agenda - Friday, May 18
Last Updated: 5/2/2007 9:02 PM
Track 1
   
9:00 AM
Oracle 2020: A look at the future of Oracle in the 21st Century
Donald Burleson - CEO, Burleson Consulting
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10:30 AM
Ace your Oracle Job Interview
Janet Burleson - Consultant, Burleson Consulting
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1:00 PM
Oracle 10g SQL Tuning Secrets
Donald Burleson - CEO, Burleson Consulting
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2:30 PM
Oracle Brain Cramps: How simple mistakes can cripple your database
Donald Burleson - CEO, Burleson Consulting
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Track 2
   
9:00 AM
Oracle 2020: A look at the future of Oracle in the 21st Century
Donald Burleson - CEO, Burleson Consulting
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10:30 AM
Database Schema Architecture for Secure and Highly Available Applications
Howard A. Hyde - Database Architect
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1:00 PM
Survival skills for the professional PL/SQL Developer
Howard A. Hyde - Database Architect
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2:30 PM
+1Copybook: Converting COBOL Copybooks into SQL*Loader Control Files
John Dempsey - CEO, +1Software Engineering
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Track 3
   
9:00 AM
Oracle 2020: A look at the future of Oracle in the 21st Century
Donald Burleson - CEO, Burleson Consulting
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10:30 AM
Method R in Practice
Cary Millsap - Chief Technology Officer, Hotsos Enterprises, Ltd.
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1:00 PM
Cool Tools I Use: Demonstrating Useful PL/SQL and SQL Programming Tools
Patrick Holmes - VP Technology, IPC--The Hospitalist Company
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2:30 PM
Case Study: Building A Successful Fax Server
Patrick Holmes - VP Technology, IPC--The Hospitalist Company
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