The RMOUG Training Days O.W.L. Has Been Named!
Drumroll, please! We are excited to announce that Rocky is the new name of the RMOUG O.W.L.! RMOUG Training Days 2014 speaker Galo Balda, of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, submitted the winning name, and may now lay claim to all bragging rights.
Rocky, a Rocky Mountain Great Horned Owl, is a guy who likes to have fun, cut loose, and shake a tail feather or two, when he’s not watching Dr. Who, of course. Though he knows how to unwind, he also knows when it’s time to get down to business – just like the great members of RMOUG.
Like Rocky, you can hone your skills and learn cutting-edge techniques from world-class speakers during RMOUG Training Days 2014. He’ll be making the trip and flying to Denver for Training Days 2014, will you?
If you haven’t already done so, register now to snag the best rates.
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Click here to view the “hot off the press” preliminary schedule at a glance.
This year’s lineup features:
- A half day of deep dive sessions on Wednesday, February 5, 2014, at no additional cost with the purchase of a full conference pass
- More than 100 technical sessions on application development, business intelligence, database administration, Hyperion, middleware, and professional empowerment
- An encore of the Women in Technology (WIT) panel
- An exhibition of more than twenty-five companies demonstrating products and services
- Networking opportunities with more than twenty Oracle ACE Directors and ACEs, Oracle product managers, and other Oracle professionals
With so many opportunities to learn and network with industry leaders, this is an event not to be missed. Registration will open soon! Visit www.rmoug.org for updates!
Call for Abstracts Deadline Extended until September 3!
Don’t get stuck on the outside looking in. We listened to all of you who wanted the Labor Day weekend to work on your submissions. Now you have until Tuesday, September 3.
Click here to submit your abstract. Give us your best ideas, case studies, or new techniques in 250 words or less. If your abstract is selected it will save you money (speakers receive a complimentary registration) and earn you kudos from your fellow Oracle professionals.
Visit our website for topic descriptions and details on how to submit your abstract online.