Hotsos Symposium 2010 December 9, 2009Posted by Richard Foote in Hotsos Symposium, Richard's Musings.
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I’ve attended and presented at numerous Oracle conferences and events over the years but one conference I’ve never had the opportunity to attend is the Hotsos Symposium, held each year in Dallas, Texas, USA. It’s one of the premier Oracle events, especially for those of us DBAs with a special interest in performance tuning and management and so is a conference I’ve always wanted to attend one day.
Therefore, it’s with great pleasure and anticipation that I’ve been invited to present at next years event to be held on 7-11 March 2010. I’ll be presenting 2 presentations, Oracle Indexing Myths and Oracle Indexing Tips and Tricks.
As usual, the list of presenters next year reads like a who’s who of Oracle Performance Tuning experts from all around the world, with Tom Kyte being the Keynote Speaker and Tanel Poder conducting the optional (but highly recommended) training day. Don’t let the fact Tanel looks in the photo on the Hotsos Symposium website very much like Count von Count from Sesame Street put you off Having had the pleasure of attending his Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting Seminar, Tanel really knows his stuff.
I look forward to catching up with all of you lucky enough to attend the Hotsos Symposium next year.