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How To Become An Oracle Expert (The Scientist) August 13, 2011

Posted by Richard Foote in InSync11, Sydney Oracle Meetup.
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I’ve been invited by the Sydney Oracle Meetup Group to participate in an open discussion on “How To Become An Oracle Expert” next Tuesday, 16 August 2011 at 5:30pm.

There’s a great lineup, including:

Chris Muir (Oracle ACE Director, Australia)
–  Connor McDonald (Oracle ACE Director, Australia)
–  Craig Shallahamer (Oracle ACE Director, US)
–  Guy Harrison (Oracle ACE, Australia)
–  Marcelle Kratochvil (Oracle ACE Director, Australia)
–  Richard Foote (Oracle ACE Director, Australia)
–  Thomas Kyte (Oracle, US)
–  Tim Hall (Oracle ACE Director, UK)

For anyone in Sydney next week attending the InSync11 Conference, this is a great opportunity to meet and chat with some rather clever folks involved in the Oracle community. The venue has changed due to demand (there are currently 66 people down to attend), so if you’re interested, I  strongly suggest you create an account and enroll while you still can.

Hope to catch up with some of you at either InSync11 or at this event next week :)

 

InSync11 Conference Fast Approaching (Khe Sanh) July 27, 2011

Posted by Richard Foote in InSync11.
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Just a short note to remind everyone that the excellent InSync11 Conference to be held this year at the Sydney Convention Centre on 16-17 August 2011 is but a few weeks away. With a great lineup of experts such as Tom Kyte, Tim Hall, Graham Wood, Chris Muir, Connor McDonald, Tony Jambu, Marcelle Kratochvil to name but a very few (of my mates), it should be a fantastic event for anyone interested in Oracle Technology.

I’ll be presenting a little something on “10 Things You possibly Don’t Know About Oracle Indexes” so I hope to catch up with some of you there :)

PS: Don’t let the picture of the folks on the InSync11 website frontpage put you off from attending (can you spot me, the odd one out !!)

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