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December 1, 2007

UK Oracle User Group Advanture Starts

Filed under: Oracle Events — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 6:55 pm

Open world days are over, and finally UKOUG time arrived. As I mentioned earlier I will only post my presentation notes here, no extra promise :)

If I can survive to my hotel and the first day, I will be publishing my notes for below presentations from the first day;

  • Technical Keynote “30 years of Oracle”: Thomas Kyte, Database Product Evangelist, Oracle
  • Oracle Spatial, An introduction…. Dominic Giles – Oracle
  • Playing Russian Roulette with Silver Bullets Jonathan Lewis – JL Computer Consultancy
  • TimesTen: Anatomy of an In-Memory Database Chris Jenkins – Oracle
  • Partitioning: From Start to Database 11g Ian Abramson – Keyrus
  • Oracle 10g: RAC Tuning Tips Joel Goodman – Oracle University
  • Flashback Logging Julian Dyke – JULIANDYKE.COM Limited
  • 11g new features for DBAs Thomas Kyte - Oracle
  • Oracle Blogger Meetup

Everyone is frightening me about the cold, it will be my first time in England so I hope not to freeze there, we will see that soon ;)

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3 Comments »

  1. Hi,

    Great blog you have here!

    I would be looking forward for your report on the presentation by Jonathan Lewis and the one on Oracle 10g RAC Tuning Tips by Joel Goodman.

    Have a good one.

    -arul@oraclezone.wordpress.com

    Comment by Arul Ramachandran — December 2, 2007 @ 3:36 am | Reply

  2. It is not cold mate. It is just dark don’t belive them :)
    I hope you are enjoying the adventure and I hope, in next year we will experience the adventure together

    Comment by coskan — December 4, 2007 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  3. [...] of all, I am sorry that I can’t write any adventures about UKOUG because one of my colleagues already arranged his attendance when I joined the company. [...]

    Pingback by Temp Segments in Normal Datafile (ORA-1652) « Coskan’s Approach to Oracle — December 6, 2007 @ 1:14 pm | Reply


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