Ten more reasons not to attend the NoCOUG summer conference on August 15
You’ve already read the “Top 12 reasons why you should not attend a NoCOUG conference.” Here are ten more to keep you away from the summer conference on Thursday, August 15 at Chevron in San Ramon.
#9 Sometimes you don’t want to go where everybody knows your name. (Sorry for being friendly, Oscar; we’ll scram now)
#8 You’re mad that whenever something reaches a state of perfection like Oracle Database 11g, Larry immediately replaces it.
#7 You want to spite Larry and what better way than to avoid NoCOUG conferences? (We’re speechless)
#6 You’re amaxophobic and it’s too far to walk or bike (Try a pony next time)
#5 You’re still using Oracle 7 and loving it. (Ignorance is bliss, brother man)
#4 The more people you meet, the more you like your dog. (Anthropophobes of the world, unite!)
#3 You’ll scream if you hear “pluggable database” being plugged one more time. (Oops, we did it again)
#2 You agree with C. J. Date’s most excellent article in the latest NoCOUG Journal “No! to SQL and No! to NoCOUG.” (You actually read the NoCOUG Journal?)
But the #1 reason not to attend the NoCOUG conference on August 15 is:
#1 You blew your gas money on a big bet that Kate would have a baby girl!
The volunteers of your favorite Oracle user group
One of the star cast of speakers at the summer conference. Click on the picture to find out who.