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Next Club Oracle London – 12th November 2014 November 10, 2014

Posted by mwidlake in Meeting notes.
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The next Club Oracle London is taking this place, on Wednesday 12th November. You can find the details here.

This is a free evening or Oracle talks provided by some of our local experts and beer/snacks provided by e-DBA. The first event was back on the 3rd of July and it was a great evening. The coming event will have presentations by James Anthony, Dominic Giles and Jason Arneil in 12C in-memory database, key facts gleaned from OOW14 and 12C enhancements respectively – all excellent presenters and you get to ask them awkward questions in an open session at the end. Plus free beer and (I think) pizza to keep you going. All you can ask for of a user group meeting.

I have to say, it’s not the easiest event to find out about unless you have managed to get onto the list of people who are interested (ie turned up last time I think). There is another mention actually on e-DBAs LinkedIn page here and my freind Neil Chandler put a quick post about it last week but there is not a lot else out there about it!

I know e-DBA are keen for these events to stand on their own 2 feet and not be seen as just an e-DBA event so they are not pushing it hard themselves – they are happy to just to provide the support – but it seems the message is not getting out to the Oracle community about the events, so spread the work if you are from around these parts. It would be good to see it well attended and continue. I understand they are already looking at who they would like to present next time, so there should be future events.

 

{And I still think they should call it London Oracle Club… }

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