Report: NoCOUG Summer Conference 2009
Our summer conference was a great success with nearly two hundred attendees. A productive time was had by all. There were learning and networking opportunities galore and huge raffle prizes—including a full pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2009, the hottest ticket in town. Here’s a picture of the lucky raffle winners.
The next lucky winner could be you. Mark your calendar now so that you don’t miss the last conference of the year on Friday, November 13 at the Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores. As always, the conference is free for members and costs just $50 for non-members.
The summer conference featured top speakers including Donald Burleson, author of numerous Oracle books; Kris Rice, the architect of SQL Developer; Tim Gorman, Oracle author and member of the OakTable Network; and Daniel Morgan, an Oracle ACE Director and the author of Morgan’s Library. The conference presentations can be downloaded from the NoCOUG website. The NoCOUG Journal Editor’s Pick was a presentation on Cloud Computing: Running Oracle in EC2 by Ahbaid Gaffoor.