The Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group has been big and organized for a very long time. I have never been out there ( my bad ) but am hoping to change that situation in 2015.
Abstracts are being accepted for Training Days 2015 ... my first one is in there now thinking about a second submission but my Hotsos 2014 presentation needs some more work/fixing. Ok lets be honest I need to shrink it (more...)
For anyone who has never attended a San Francisco Oracle Open World you really should go at some point. The city is beautiful and the event well organized if a little on the chaotic side.
I have been lucky enough to attend quite a few of them over the last 10 years but missed out last year and also will be missing out this year.
It has been just once that one of my (more...)
For any long time fans of the grumpy old dba blog, you may remember I changed jobs in June of 2013. Sometimes changing jobs allows you to slowly come up to speed in a new environment but the last change involved me jumping right into a project that was already kind of rolling.
It has been a long year on the same project and a lot of time involved. Not exactly what I (more...)
Two volleyed in for Open World and two shot down in flames.
Not that I had high expectations after so many tries. I did get one accepted "once" ... ha ha!
Not giving out too many details ... but some people trying to use this feature ( cough cough ) have had issues.
Getting an oracle 600 and having to restart a database instance is not necessarily good right?
Some things sound so good "in theory" and maybe in some distant release the ( oracle code issues ) will be all worked out.
Now staying away from using it ... ( cough cough ) ...
Taking a long three day weekend and going to ( try anyhow ) to not even log into work network and not read email or ... anything. Wow that's some bold action eh?
Tomorrow going to be competing in the Cleveland feis ( Irish step dancing competition ) with both daughters. We are competing in parent child with a three hand reel for the Leneghan Academy of Irish dance. Probably may the be (more...)
One of the presentations I am going to work on next will be in the SQL Plan Management interaction/intersection area with AWR information. At GLOC 2014 Craig Martin had a very nice one that kind of is kick starting my interest in coming up with some relevant / worthwhile.
For the conference itself it was an epic "best ever" kind of event that made one feel both valued/valuable for despite all the hard work (more...)