The Lighter Side: RMOUG or Bust
A group of geese is called a gaggle, a group of crows is called a murder, a group of leopards is called a leap. What would you call a group of Oracle Aces?
Stand on your head or turn your monitor upside down to read the answer below. 🙂
˙ʞɔǝp pǝpɐoן ɐ :ɹǝʍsuɐ
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P.S. There’ll be a loaded deck at RMOUG Training Days 2010 which takes place on February 17 and 18 this year; look below. The complete agenda is at http://www.technicalconferencesolutions.com/pls/caat/caat_abstract_reports.schedule?conference_id=62. The early registration fee—good until January 13—is only $245 if you are an RMOUG member or a member of any other Oracle user group; compare with the price of other big conferences. Denver has a great public transportation system so you don’t need to stay in an expensive downtown hotel. Flights are usually plentiful and reasonably priced because it’s a flight hub for United Airlines. In fact, several airlines have winter fare sales right now; I found a round-trip flight from San Francisco to Denver on United Airlines for only $164.