Re: Upcoming Training Events in the First Half of 2010
Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2010 14:43:16 -0500
I had a typo in the web address for the Northeast Ohio Oracle Users Group. It is:
Please forgive me. I do need to get new contacts, don't I?
On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 1:42 PM, Carol Dacko <dackoc_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Happy New Year Everyone!
> Here are three training events that I have attended in the past (and will
> again this year) that are excellent for all. We all know that company
> budgets are tight, but all three are great values for the money!
> 1) Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group Training Days (RMOUG) ,17&18th of
> February. This is a great two day event in Denver, Colorado.
> Advance Registration for nonmembers until the 13th of January is $300.
> Standard Registration is $345 for nonmembers from the 13th of January to the
> 9th of February and after the 9th of February it is $445 for nonmembers.
> There are so many tracks offered that I often find myself wishing that I
> could clone myself and attend more than one at a time!
> 2) HOTSOS Symposium, 7-11th of March, Dallas, TX. http://www.hotsos.com
> Registration from now until the 12th of February is $1395 after this
> date it is $1495. Tanel Poder is giving a full training day after the
> conference for another $500. Most of the presentations are "deep dives"
> into performance and can really challenge the mind! Neil Gunther, a
> capacity planning expert, will be in attendance again! He is always a great
> person to learn from!
> 3) NEOOUG (North East Ohio Oracle Users Group) Training Days - 20&21 May.
> http://www.neoorg.org Yes, I also can't believe that this Michigan
> Wolverine is promoting an event in Ohio! BUT, this user group does a
> marvelous job with their Training Day. The call for papers is still open
> (closes on the 1st of February) but I believe that the first day will be a
> full day of training with Jonathan Lewis. And believe it or not, Cleveland
> is a great place to be that time of year! You can catch a Cleveland Indians
> baseball game, go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, take cruises on Lake
> Erie and alike. And Cedar Point, an amusement park, if open, is just west
> of Cleveland. It is a great place to take the family. This is usually
> priced right for the type of training you will receive.
> Hope everyone had a fun and safe holiday season and are excited about a new
> Carol Dacko
> University of Michigan