Women in Technology Scholarship
As part of our continuing effort to offer learning opportunities in all areas relevant to our membership, ODTUG is pleased to announce the second annual ODTUG Women in Technology Scholarship Program. The scholarship recipient will be awarded a complimentary pass to Kscope16 and will be expected to participate in a WIT event.
We are looking for candidates to represent ODTUG and serve as role models and mentors for women in the technology industry. Click here to apply. Applications are due by March 22.
EPM Volunteer Initiative Announced
We want you to volunteer! If you'd like to get involved with the ODTUG EPM Community and are looking for an opportunity that fits your volunteer needs, please take a look at the new Volunteer Job Board. And keep checking it – the listings will change over time.
The Database Community held its second TwitChat on Tuesday, January 26, at 7:30 PM EST. ODTUG volunteer Galo Balda hosted the event. Check out the conversation here.
South Florida EPM Meetup
Want to network and have some fun with the South Florida EPM Community? Sign up for next Thursday’s EPM meetup at Dave & Buster’s in Hollywood, Florida.
Each week in January we tweeted teasers about the Kscope16 Special Event, which led up to the big reveal – Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry – and the theme is The Roaring Twenties! This event is packed with interactive exhibits, great food, and spectacular musical entertainment! Dress in your Chicago and Great Gatsby best, and we’ll see you there!
Register by March 25 to take advantage of the Early Bird Rate.
World of Webinars
Thursday, February 18, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
How UK Public Sector Used FDMEE and ODI to Get the Most out of Its Investment
Ray Fevrier, Edgewater Ranzal; Mike Casey, Oracle Corporation
With so many integration products available (ODI, FDMEE, DRM, and Essbase Studio, to name a few), if you are a client or Solution Architect considering a new project, deciding how to position these products may seem like a daunting task. Oracle wants FDMEE to be the tool of choice; however, FDMEE can’t always do the work alone. While new and exciting features were added to FDMEE 184.108.40.206, there will be circumstances where you have to use a combination of tools to get the job done.
In this session, I will:
- Provide users with FDMEE product update (by Mike Casey, Oracle Product Management)
- Go over the options, some key product functionalities, and best practices
- Touch on the Restricted Use License (RUL) of ODI that is installed with FDMEE
- Through a real-world case study, demonstrate how a council in the UK is using FDMEE and ODI to load Planning Smart Lists
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Oracle SQL Developer Tips and Tricks
Jeff Smith, Oracle Corporation
Listen in and pick up a few new techniques to save time and perhaps even make your job more fun with Oracle’s Database IDE and GUI, Oracle SQL Developer. The Product Manager loves to entertain questions, and this session is best when interactive. You may even get a sneak peek at the newest version under development. You can also expect some review of our latest command line interface, SQLcl.
Monday, February 29, 2016 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST
Application Development on Oracle Database: A Year-Long CodeTalk Series
Connor McDonald, Oracle Corporation; Scott Wesley, Sage Computing Systems
Analytic SQL in the Oracle Database has been there since 8.1.6, but is still dramatically underused by application developers.
Rather than wade through syntax diagrams, let's spend a session solving what used to be considered complex problems, now made simple with the power of Analytics.
Oracle ACE Scott Wesley will interview Oracle Developer Advocate Connor McDonald on how to get the best out the Analytic SQL facilities.