Top 7 Reasons Why Oracle Conferences Are A Waste Of Time
Want to turn a lame Oracle Database conference experience into a great one? You may not believe this, but I think Oracle conferences are a waste of time. That is, unless I take action.
I've been to hundreds of Oracle conferences, so I'm kind of an expert in this field.
Here is my "Top 7" list about why Oracle conferences are time suckers and (more...)
If you are attending Oracle Open World this year and fancy bit of a different experience, come and join Rittman Mead and Oracle’s Data Integration teams for drinks and networking at 7pm on Tuesday 30th September at the Local Edition speakeasy on Market Street.
We will be providing a couple of hours of free drinks with the opportunity to quiz our leading data integration experts and Oracle’s data integration team about any aspect of the (more...)
OpenWorld is only a couple of weeks away. As always, this promises to be an outstanding conference. Whether your focus is functional or technical, OpenWorld has a lot of PeopleSoft sessions. The Focus on PeopleSoft OpenWorld document contains a good list of PeopleSoft focused sessions and events. I look forward to seeing you at OpenWorld this year. Here are some of the places and times where you can find me:
Demo Grounds: PeopleSoft User (more...)
As I prepare for one of my sessions at ODTUG Kscope14 I came across the typical situation of having a SQL for which I wanted to produce multiple optimal execution Plans on an 11g environment. As you may know, with Adaptive Cursor Sharing (ACS) this is possible and automatic, but the problem is that sometimes the ACS ramp-up process causes some suboptimal Execution Plans. If you want to skip this ACS ramp-up process, lets say for a SQL (more...)
I am just getting caught up after HEUG Alliance. What a great conference! As always, it was a lot of fun visiting with customers, partners, and colleagues. I heard some amazing stories and learned a few new tricks. Now it is time for the next conference: Collaborate 2014 is only a couple of weeks away. I love hearing your stories and challenges. Hunt me down and share your stories with me. Besides the demo grounds, (more...)
I’m off to the Netherlands for the first and finest Oracle User Experience Event in Europe, arranged by Oracle Platinum Partner AMIS Services BV at their offices in Nieuwegein.
AMIS and Oracle are pulling out all the stops – Oracle is flying in their top UX talent to speak, AMIS has lined up some of their experienced consultants, and they’ve even invited a few outside experts (like me).
I’ll be co-presenting with Killian Evers (more...)
Together with other leading experts on User Experience from Oracle like Vice President Jeremy Ashley, Managing Partner Lonneke Dikmans from Vennster and CTO Lucas Jellema from AMIS, I’ll be speaking at the OAUX Expo in the Netherlands on March 18th.
I’m speaking on two topics:
- How to tailor an application to your user’s needs without coding
- How to implement a good User Experience in Oracle ADF for the cases where you do need to write (more...)
It is hard to believe it has been a year since the HEUG Alliance 2013. We had a lot of fun in Indianapolis. I have been reviewing the 2014 session lineup and it looks pretty exciting. I must say that I am very pleased to see several sessions on REST, iScripts, and User Experience. With Alliance 2014 just a couple of weeks away, I wanted to make sure I posted my schedule:
Looks like it’s time to start planning for the IDM conference schedule. There are some great conferences planned and I need to figure out how to start budgeting for some of these. Let me know if I have missed any conferences that should be listed.
Björn Rost and I have appointed the 2014 Rock’n'Roll San Jose Half Marathon to be the the official OpenWorld 2014 afterparty. It’s Sunday, October 5, 2014 – the Sunday right after Oracle OpenWorld.
Last year, the event was the Santa Cruz triathlon, but this year we’ll go for something (more...)
Today I was speaking on Coherence SIG event in London.
My topic was "Filtering 100M objects. What can go wrong?". It was a story of solving particular problem and obstacles we have encountered. One noticeable thing about this project - out team was using Performance Test Driven Development approach.
Today was speaking at HighLoad++ 2013 Moscow. I had two presentation covering deep internals of JVM. One about JIT compilation and other concerning pauseless garbage collection algorithms.
Slide decks are below (in Russian)
Today I was speaking at CEE SECR 2013 at Moscow.
Below is a slide deck from presentation (in Russian)
OpenWorld 2013 presentations are now available and posted on the OpenWorld Content Catalog. Here are direct links to the presentations in which I participated:
HIUG starts on Sunday. Great weather, beautiful setting... expect an excellent conference! I hope you will be ready to start the conference early on Sunday :). At 2 PM, Brent Mohl and I will deliver a Hands on workshop which gives attendees an opportunity to build content with new PeopleTools (more...)
A specialist is someone who knows a lot about a topic. He specializes and specializes and knows ever more about an ever smaller knowledge area. And in the end, he knows everything about nothing.
I’ve just submitted my abstracts for the UKOUG Technology Conference in December, and I was forced (more...)
Below are slidedecks (in russian) from two my presentation on JavaOne Russia this year.
Борьба с GС паузами в JVM. Теория и практика
Распределённый кэш или хранилище данных. Что выбрать?
Next week, I’m off for the OUGN Spring Conference that the Norwegian Oracle User Group arranges on board a cruise ship sailing from Oslo to Kiel and back. This event gathers the Oracle A-List, including Tom Kyte, Cary Millsap, Bryn Llewellyn, Mark Rittman, Markus Eisele and many others – it’s (more...)
Here one day before deadline, I have entered almost my entire current catalog of presentations for consideration in the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 agenda. One new for this year: “Worst Oracle ADF Project Ever”
If you would like me to speak at one of your events, the following are the presentations (more...)