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John King in Cleveland CTOWN for September meeting

Mon, 2015-08-17 04:50
For our September 18 friday afternoon quarterly meeting Northeast Ohio Oracle Users Group is lucky to have a great speaker Oracle Ace Director John King presenting.  It's the usual networking and free lunch beginning at noon at the Rockside Oracle offices followed by quick business meeting and presentations starting at 1 pm.

Full details on NEOOUG Sept 2015 presentations

November meeting we have Daniel Morgan woo hoo!
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Two great speakers coming up in fall for NEOOUG quarterly meetings

Sun, 2015-08-02 18:03
Full details out soon over at NEOOUG website but we have John King from Colorado speaking in September and Daniel Morgan speaking in November for our quarterly meetings.

These guys are both Oracle Ace Directors and great dynamic speakers it should be a great time.

Complete information including bio's and abstracts for the sessions should be out soon.

Thanks John
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Sorry for the radio silence but this post will make up for it ( or maybe not ha ha ) makes me grumpy

Mon, 2015-07-13 17:07
It's been a busy year apologies for the lack of posts.  I have learned a couple of good things oracle related and probably forgotten more but most of the stuff I work on is now somewhat confidential that doesn't make it easy to blog about.

Last week at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland we had a very important visitor.  It was Janet Yellen the chairwoman of the well everything the chair of the Federal Reserve.

She was delivering a speech at the well known Cleveland City Club but stopped our bank.  My area was involved in doing two brief demo's of what we are working on she sat on the other side of the table across from me.  I did not have a speaking part ( just eye candy I guess ha ha ) but the people in my area who did speak were also in pictures.  Maybe next time?

I am kind of thinking about a presentation on sql plan baselines as being something to work on this winter?  There are a number of good ones out there already but the critical part of using a baseline is figuring out where to get one from ( and quickly ha ha ).

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