In my continuing series of postings with interviews from Kaleidoscope presenters and attendees alike, this week I had the chance to talk with Sue Harper, Senior Principal Product Manager for Database Development Tools at Oracle. For many years now Sue has been a great advocate and supporter of ODTUG
In the next posting in my series of talks with presenters, attendees and organizers ofKaleidoscope, I had the distinct pleasure of having an e-conversation with Cameron Lackpour (click on Cameron’s name to view his bio).
Cameron once hinted that he might get an ODTUG tattoo. Cameron has a blog for
Welcome back! In the next few months leading up to Kaleidoscope, I hope to feature some interviews with folks that have been to Kaleidoscope in the past, and are planning their attendance this year. I hope you’ll find them interesting, letting you get to know each person a little better.
For this en
This should be the first in a series of posts about Kaleidoscope 2009. There are too many good memories to put them all in one post, so I’ll try and relate a few in each posting.
Community Service Day – June 20 -
One word…WOW! The ODTUG Community turned out for our second annual community service da
With all the attention focused on the upcoming Kaleidoscope conference, it’s a good time to go back and remember the amazing experiences of past Kaleidoscope’s. I asked my good friend, Monty Latiolais, for his best Kaleidoscope memory. He had this to say…
“Funny enough, my most memorable