Re: Semi-OT: IOUG Collaborate Tips? Suggestions?

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Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 08:43:33 -0400
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As a Room Monitor I know that the number of attendees for a session is limited by the room size. They typically do not allow people to stand for fire hazard reasons.

If the session is being given by a popluar speaker (eg. Tom Kyte) you should get there early to get a seat, otherwise you may be disappointed when you are turned away!

I agree with everyone's suggestions to network, meet as many people as you can. I have made many good friends over the years at Collaborate and IOUG as well.

Patty Charlebois
Supervisor - Database Administration
Green Shield Canada

"Taylor, Chris David" <> Sent by: 2009/04/28 03:42 PM
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Semi-OT: IOUG Collaborate Tips? Suggestions?

Ok, so this is my first time attending the Collaborate, and I'm curious what things I can do to make the most out of it?  I've signed up for the education sessions (of course), and I saw the newsletter that IOUG sent out about the events. (Open Mic etc...)  I'm just curious if anyone has any suggestions, or activities they would suggest?  Thanks
 Chris Taylor
Sr. Oracle DBA
Ingram Barge Company
Nashville, TN 37205
Office: 615-517-3355
Cell: 615-354-4799
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