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Presenting the Hotsos Symposium Training Day – 10 March 2016 (Heat) September 16, 2015

Posted by Richard Foote in Oracle Indexes.
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I’ve just accepted an invitation to present the Hotsos Symposium Training Day on 10 March 2016 in sunny Dallas, Texas. In the age of Exadata and In-Memory databases, it’ll be an updated and consolidated version of my Index Internals and Best Practices seminar. With an emphasis on using indexes appropriately to boost performance, it’ll feature lots of tips, tricks and references to David Bowie🙂

The Hotsos Symposium (6-10 March 2016), with it’s focus on performance analysis is one of the very best conferences I’ve ever presented at and I’m very excited at the prospect of returning next year. The confirmed list of presenters is already impressive: Tanel Põder, Bryn Llewellyn, Kellyn Pot’Vin, Jim Czuprynski, Jeff Smith, Kerry Osborne, Carlos Sierra and now Richard Foote, as I’ll likely present a session or two during the conference proper as well.

If you get the chance, do yourself a favour and join me at one of the best Oracle conferences available and hopefully stay on for the Training Day where there’ll be lots of learning and fun to be had !!

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1. vijaysehgal - September 17, 2015

Richard,

I visited hotsos site, as of now the agenda is not published, will your training day be available as virtual class to attend.

Regards,
Vijay Sehgal

Richard Foote - October 20, 2015

Hi Vijay

Yes, I believe the class will be available as a virtual class.

2. Charlie Callaway - January 1, 2016

I am very much looking forward to your training day and the conference itself.

Richard Foote - January 15, 2016

Hi Charlie

I’m very much looking forward to presenting at Hotsos as well. See you there !!


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