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* Oracle Open World 2014Oracle Open World 2014

The largest Oracle event of the year.

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* Oracle Open World 2014Oracle Open World 2014

The largest Oracle event of the year.

* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 1:00 pm

APEX Applications for Smartphones: Dealing with Limitations Dick Dral, Detora When designing (web) applications for smartphones, the designer is confronted with a number of limitations. The screen is small, the keyboard is not easy to use, and the available bandwidth is often limited. The use of Mobile and the mobile theme in APEX 4.2 only partly addresses these limitations. This presentation will touch on a number of possibilities to deal with the limitations mentioned previously in order to create a useable smartphone application with APEX. The subjects of the presentation are: - Designing a smartphone application - Using a special smartphone template for APEX - Using HTML5 itemtypes - Using special itemtypes for touch input, including an entirely new type for time input - Using repetition and prediction - Using alternative input methods such as location, voice, and image - Creating a single page application using APEX All subjects will accompanied by demonstrations

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* Deadline: TD2015 abstractsDeadline: TD2015 abstracts

Time: 12:00 am

Deadline for TD2015 abstract submissions

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* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 10:00 am

Calc Manager Rules with an ASO Cube: Yes, It Works! Ludovic De Paz and Paul Hoch, TopDown Consulting You might have noticed that ASO applications are listed in Calc Manager, and this begs a number of questions: 1. What can Calc Manager do for your ASO application? 2. What can't Calc Manager do for your ASO application? 3. What are the benefits of Calc Manager for an ASO database? 4. What are the best practices for using Calc Manager with an Essbase cube? In this webinar, Paul Hoch, principal architect for TopDown Consulting, and Ludovic De Paz, senior consultant for TopDown Consulting, will answer these questions and more. The session will include real-life examples and case studies of successful implementations, as well as limits, gotchas, and workarounds.

* IOUG Free WebinarsIOUG Free Webinars

Time: 11:00 am

How to Fire Up Your Oracle Database with Flash Storage At the Price of Spinning Disk Tuesday, October 7, 2014 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CDT By addressing the database performance issues that are commonly caused by poorly performing storage, flash storage is poised to rapidly replace traditional hard drives in the enterprise data center for applications such as Oracle databases. In this presentation we will use examples to demonstrate how radically the database performance can be improved when using a Kaminario K2 All-Flash Array versus a traditional HDD-based or a hybrid storage array. We will review the effects of flash on running mixed workloads that require consistently low latencies, high IOPS and high throughput. Join us to learn how different Kaminario’s K2 is from other All-Flash arrays on the market based on its: - Highly efficient, scalable architecture which allows to deploy flash at /GB of usable storage - 3D performance consistency that delivers high I/O and throughput with low latencies - Enterprise resiliency and reliability with no single point of failure - Streamlined, intelligent management Featured Speakers: Dustin Harris, Kaminairo

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* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 10:00 am

Next Generation Essbase Outline Extractor Tips and Tricks Tim Tow, Applied OLAP The Next Generation Outline Extractor is the follow-up to the classic OlapUnderground Essbase Outline Extractor used by thousands of Essbase customers. This session, which was the highest-rated session at Kscope15 in Seattle, explores some of the new capabilities of the Next Generation Outline Extractor, including command line operations exported directly to a relational database. Attend this session to learn how to leverage this free utility in your company.

* TD2015 Abstract Selection MtgTD2015 Abstract Selection Mtg

Time: 6:00 pm

This is the meeting to select the agenda for TD2015. It will be held at location TBD from 6:00pm - 9:00pm MDT.

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* IOUG Free WebinarsIOUG Free Webinars

Time: 11:00 am

Big Data Analytics for Internet of Things (IoT) Thursday, October 9, 2014 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CDT The general topic of this presentation is the Industry Landscape of the Internet of Things. In his presentation, the speaker will compare and contrast the Consumer Internet with the Commercial and Industrial Internet as well as introduce the paradigm shift as computing technologies are geared towards the Industrial Internet. From this webinar, attendees will be able to: 1. Explain how IoT generates Big Data 2. Utilize the machine or sensor data to obtain objectives 3. Apply Big Data Analytics to gain business insights Flow of presentation: a) De-Mystifying IoT b) Big Data from IoT c) Applying Analytics for Business Insights Featured Speaker: Shyam Nath, Architect, GE

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* DataStax: free Cassandra eventDataStax: free Cassandra event

Time: 9:30 am

Cassandra is a popular open source NoSQL (big data) database used by thousands of companies, including 25%+ of the Fortune 100. It is known for its high availability (peer-to-peer + simple active-active multi-datacenter), ease of operations, performance, and scalability. We are holding a free two-track event on 10/14 to get you dangerous on Cassandra: one track will focus on an intro to Cassandra as well as a hands-on getting started, while the other track will focus on things like use cases from the University of Colorado Boulder, Pearson Education, and more! See why so many companies are using Cassandra alongside MySQL and Oracle (right tool for the right job!). And, as we said, FREEEEEEE. Hurry to grab your ticket now as space is limited.

* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 10:00 am

Self-Service BI for Super Users Kevin McGinley, Red Pill Analytics This session focuses on how to use the combined powers of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and Oracle Endeca Information Discovery to create a formidable platform on which super users can analyze data quickly, flexibly, and with minimal IT intervention. The presentation uses live environments to demonstrate how and when to use each environment and how the two can work together harmoniously, just like Excel and PowerPoint.

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* CTA - Health IT ForumCTA - Health IT Forum

Time: 7:30 am

Industry Briefing: The Health IT economy and outlook in Colorado When: Wednesday, October 15th, 7:30-9:00am Where: The Warwick Hotel, 1776 Grant St., Denver,CO 80204 Industry Briefing Forum is a collaboration between Colorado Technology Association, the Governor's Office of Information Technology, and the Colorado Office of Economic Development & Int'l Trade. The topic will be the Health IT economy and outlook in Colorado and speakers will include: Christian Dwyer, SVP, Healthgrades, Patrick Leonard, CTO, iTriageMike Biselli, Rocky Mountain Innosphere.

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* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 9:00 am

All About the Function Result Cache Steven Feuerstein, Oracle Corporation The function result cache, added in Oracle Database 11g, offers developers a way to dramatically reduce the amount of time it takes to retrieve data requested repeatedly by database sessions (specifically, when the same rows of a table are fetched much more frequently than they are changed). This cache is stored in the SGA, shared across all sessions in the instance, and automatically purged of "dirty data" by the Oracle Database. Every application running on 11.1 or higher should be taking advantage of this feature. Best of all, there is minimal impact on your code to start using this feature. Features: - When to use the result cache - RESULT_CACHE clause in function header - Result cache dependencies and granularity

* CTA - Women In Tech SeriesCTA - Women In Tech Series

Time: 5:00 pm

Women in Tech Series: How to Swim in the Emotional Undercurrents of Your Workplace When: Thursday, October 16th 5-7pm Where: The Warwick Hotel, 1776 Grant St., Denver,CO 80204 Kris Boesch will provide specific, tangible ways to both understand as well as apply the critical dynamics of emotional intelligence mastery. After Kris' presentation, she will interview the new Women in Tech chair, Kim Brown Wilmsen, VP of IT at ARCADIS, about how emotional intelligence principles translate into a real life IT department. The event is open to women and men interested in bridging the gender divide in this industry.

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* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 1:00 pm

Drillbridge: The Easy (and Free) Way to Implement Hyperion Drill-Through Jason Jones, Saxifrage Systems Oracle Essbase has long been recognized for its power to slice and dice data. The data that is loaded to Essbase is often summarized somehow – consolidated by time period, business unit, product, or more. Drill-through enables users to drill from the consolidated data in Essbase back to the detailed records in a relational database. This is where Drillbridge comes in. Drillbridge is a free component that finally makes it easy to implement drill-through from an Essbase cube to any relational data – even if that relational database isn’t directly used to load the cube in the first place. Drillbridge’s incremental and evolutionary approach to implementing drill-through lets users enhance the capabilities of their existing cubes and infrastructure without having to migrate, redevelop, or upgrade any of their existing software and infrastructure.

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