Guest Blogger: Mark Rittman,
Well I’m writing this blog post just before my last ever ODTUG board meeting, after having served for the last two years following being elected in 2009. It’s been a fun two years, with a lot of hard work thrown in as well. I’ve stood down from the board this year due to
Guest Blogger: Martin Giffy D’Souza
2012 and Beyond
I was first introduced to ODTUG about four and half years ago, when my manager back then recommended that I go to a conference in New Orleans called Kaleidoscope (Kscope). I didn’t know it at the time, but saying “yes” was truly a life changing
Guest Blogger: Kent Graziano
It’s hard to believe but Oracle OpenWorld 2011is less than 2 weeks away (October 2-6, 2011)! It’s an exciting time as Oracle devotees from around the world make their annual fall migration to the Moscone Center in beautiful San Francisco, California.
As we have since th
You know, we at ODTUG try to bring you value and resources that provide you with value that you can use. In that vein, I’d like to let you in on a new website, managed by our friends over at Red Gate Software. All Things Oracle, over at http://www.allthingsoracle.com, is a gateway where you can find
With the ODTUG Board of Directors nomination period now open (Nomination Guidelines here), I think it is appropriate to talk about some of the reasons why I first decided to run for the Board.
First, I wanted to give back to the organization that I felt I had received so much from. My introduction