Time to go mingle with the best of the best, learn much, teach what I can, suffer information overload, have fun, enjoy life, and much much more...
In short - time for ODTUG KScope13 \o/ \o/
Hotel and flight has been booked half a year ago, passport and ESTA is current and valid, I'm ready to go!
So the end of June I will be doing the following:
- Arrive New Orleans late thursday night June 20th.
- Enjoy New Orleans friday
- Work at Warren Easton Charter High School saturday.
Probably dine with winner of my Charitable Dinner Raffle that night.
(Erik van Roon leading the competition at the moment - you could win ;-)
- 6 sessions by Oracle gurus at the sunday database symposium.
- Monday attend:
- Dominic Delmolino: Fuzzy String Matching in Oracle
- Christian Shay: Getting Started with Oracle and .NET
- Kellyn Pot’Vin: ASH and AWR Performance Data
- Karen Morton: SQL Performance Solutions: Refactor Mercilessly, Index Wisely
And the keynote:
- Doc Hendley: From Wine to Water
The day ends with:
- Monday Madness: ADF Voodoo Hoodoo
- Tuesday attend:
- Tim Gorman: Building Applications that Play Nice in Oracle Database
- Kyle Hailey, Delphix: Instant Database Cloning
- Steven Feuerstein: Oracle Database 12c New PL/SQL Features
- Lunch and Learn ACE Panel: Database/Developer
- Gwen Shapira: Queues, Pools, and Caches - The Right Way to Scale OLTP
- Dominic Delmolino: Bye-bye CONNECT BY - Using the New Recursive SQL Syntax
The Walking Photo Tour looks promising after so much content
- Wednesday continue with:
- Brian Spendolini: Using the APEX_WEB_SERVICE API
- Jeff Smith: The 80’s called, they want their CLI back
- Hands-On-Lab - Rick Greenwald: Developing REST for On-premise or in the Cloud
- Hands-On-Lab - Maria Colgan: How to Prevent Suboptimal Execution Plans
- John Flack: Oracle XSQL for Reporting, Web PL/SQL Access, and More
- Karen Morton: Optimizer Statistics for Developers: May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor
Fun, fun, fun at the Mardi Gras World
- Thursday wrap up:
- Jerry Brenner: Building an Instrumented and Supportable Database Application
- Patrick Barel: Can Collections Speed Up Your PL/SQL?
- Uri Margalit: Version Control the Database Development
- Friday and saturday relax and enjoy New Orleans
- Fly home sunday
Man, it's gonna be a blast - can hardly wait now that it is so close :-D