Three Oracle Aces battle for your attention at NoCOUG

From: NoCOUG
Sent on: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 7:22 PM

The Oracle Aces represent the very highest level of expertise and accomplishment outside Oracle Corporation (Oracle Corporation employees are not eligible for this honor). There are only 153 Oracle Aces throughout the world in the Database Management & Performance category. To have not one, not two, not three, but four Oracle Aces speak at a user group event is very rare indeed and speaks to the sheer quality of NoCOUG conferences. In fact, three Oracle Aces will battle for your attention in the same time slot!

Tim Gorman is the president of the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group. He is co-author of Oracle8 Data Warehousing (Wiley, 1998), Essential Oracle8i Data Warehousing (Wiley, 2000), Oracle Insights: Tales of the Oak Table (Apress, 2004), Expert Oracle Database Administration from the Oak Table (Apress, 2009), and Beginning Oracle SQL (Apress, 2010).

Ben Prusinski is the co-author of Expert Oracle GoldenGate (Apress, 2011) and Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Essentials (Packt Publishing, 2011) and the author of Oracle Debugging (Rampant TechPress, 2010), Exploring Oracle Internals (Rampant TechPress, 2010), and Migrating to Oracle (Rampant TechPress, 2010). He is currently working on yet another book Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Handbook 3/e (Oracle Press, 2012).

Kellyn Pot’Vin (pronounced Poet-Vaughn) is on the board of the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group and is responsible for organizing the annual technical extravaganza called RMOUG Training Days in Denver in February every year. She contributes to several technical sites and publications including ITNewsCast and OraDBPedia.

Kyle Hailey had a long and distinguished career in support, porting, benchmarking, and kernel development at Oracle Corporation where he also worked on the design of the Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g performance pages. At Embarcadero Technologies, he designed DB Optimizer, the first product to graphically describe the relationships of tables, views, and sub-queries of a SQL statement using Visual SQL Tuning (VST) diagrams. Kyle is currently the performance architect at Delphix.

Do you want to hear what these aces have to say? Then RSVP now. The special price for meetup members is only $25 which includes breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. Click here for the complete schedule.

Yours sincerely,

The dedicated volunteers of NoCOUG who want nothing better than to see you at our Conference 104

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