Irish Oracle SIG
The annual OUG Ireland Conference (or special event) will be on Tuesday 11th March. Actually this year there are sessions spread over 2 days, for the first time ever in the 10+ year history of OUG Ireland. In addition to 2 days of sessions there are 7 streams of presentations on the Tuesday and then there is the RAC AttacK for the first time in Ireland.
The main conference event is on Tuesday 11th March in the DCC in Dublin. Things kick off at 9:20 with Debra Lilley welcoming everyone to the event. Then Jon Paul from Oracle in Ireland will do the opening keynote. Then we can break into the 7 streams with lots of local case studies and some well known speakers from around the world including many Oracle ACEs and ACE Directors (my presentation is at 12:15).
The day ends up with 2 keynote presentations. There will be a keynote that will be focused on the App streams (Nadia Bendjedou, Oracle) and a separate keynote for Tech streams (by Tom Kyte).
Throughout the day there will be RAC Attack event. Look out for their tables in the exhibition hall. Again there will be some well known experts from around the world who will be on hand to help you get RAC setup and running on your own laptop, answer your questions and engage in lots of discussions about all thing Oracle. The RAC Attack Ninja will include Osama Mustafa, Philippe Fierens, Marcin Przepiorowski, Martin Bach and Tim Hall. Some of these are giving presentations throughout the day, so when they are not presenting you will find them at the RAC Attack table. Even if you are not going to install RAC drop by and have a chat with them.
On Wednesday 12th March the OUG Ireland Conference ventures into a second day of sessions. These sessions will be a full day of topics by Tom Kyte. This is certainly a day not to be missed. As they say places are limited so book your place today.
Click on the following image to view the agenda for the 2 days and to book your place on the 11th and 12th March.
On 11th and 12th June we will be having our next SIG meetings for BI and Tech. The BI SIG will be on the 11th June in the Oracle offices in East Point. We then move the the Conrad Hotel on the 12th June for the Tech SIG. Here are the agendas for the 2 days.
These events are open to everyone, are free for members and a small fee for non-members.
To register for these event go to the following links
The agenda for the OUG Ireland 2013 event is now live. The event will be in the Dublin Convention Centre on the 12th March. There are lots of excellent sessions, across 7 tracks!! So there will be something (or lots of things) for everyone who works in the Oracle world here in Ireland.
I’m sure the Oracle Database track will be very popular. I wonder why!!!
Remember registration is FREE. You don’t have to be a member of the User Group to come to this event. It is open to everyone and did I mention that it is FREE. Registration is now open.
I’ll be there. Well I suppose I have to as I’ll be presenting
I hope to see you there.
Tom Kyte will be back in Dublin on the 21st January, 2013. He will be giving a number of presentations covering some of his popular Oracle Open World sessions and will also include a AskTom session
It will be a full day, kicking off at 9am and finishing around 3:30pm.
There is no better way to kick off the new year with a full day of FREE Oracle training and up skilling with Tom Kyte.
To register for the event send an email to email@example.com
As they say places are limited, so book early, I have so I’ll see you there.
Over the next couple months there are a number of events happening for Oracle Users in Ireland.
There are a number of OUG Ireland SIG meetings happening. These are:
11th September : Joint SIG meeting of the BI & EPM SIG and the first Tech SIG meeting
12th September : HCM SIG meeting
20th November : BI & EPM SIG. This will be a full day SIG event.
3rd-5th December : The annual UKOUG Conference in Birmingham. There is usually a good attendance from Ireland at this conference. On the Monday night there will be the focus pubs. Join me at the Ireland table.
Oracle and the Oracle User Group have arrange to have Tom Kyte come to Dublin on 19th September, to give a number of presentations. Check out this link for more details and how to register.
Oracle will be having an Oracle Technology Day in Dublin on 15th November in the Croke Park Conference Centre. They will be talking about Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Social Media and Big Data. They are also hoping to include some of the updates and product news that will be announced at Oracle Open World in early October. You will need to register for this event.
Summary of Dates & Events to add to your diary.
11th September : OUG Ireland BI & EPM and Tech SIG meeting
12th September : OUG Ireland HCM SIG meeting
19th September : Tom Kyte in Dublin
15th November : Oracle Technology Day
3rd- 5th December : UKOUG Conference in Birmingham.
Calling all Oracle users in Ireland.
Tom Kyte will be back in Dublin on Wednesday 19th September for a half day seminar.
The event is is being organised by the Ireland OUG and Oracle.
It will be in the Gibson Hotel beside the Point village.
This is a FREE event for everyone, so share the news and get to see Tom Kyte present for a 4 hours.
As they say spaces are limited, so book your place today. I have.
To register for the event – click here.
The Call for Articles is now open for the summer edition of Oracle Scene.
If you are interested in writing an article, now is the time to start working on writing it, as the deadline for submitting is 18th April.
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