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RSVP now at the RMOUG Meetup!
At Bruz Beers, 1675 W 67th Ave, Denver, CO
Thursday, November 3, 2016, 5:30pm – 8:30pm MDT
Come share a beer and appetizers with the rest of your Oracle community, contribute and learn!
We’re doing this as a series of lightning talks — 10 mins to discuss whatever you thought was cool, and that you’d like to share!
In between each lightning talk, we’ll Q&A and share similar experiences.
First round of beer and appetizers is on RMOUG!
Come join us at the Colorado Convention Center February 14-16, 2012!
RMOUG Training Days
|I love skiing so not only do I get to see some of the best speakers presenting at RMOUG Training Days and an opportunity to present to the engaging and demanding audience but can take couple more days and do some snow damage in the Rockies.|
|Alex Keh is a principal product manager at Oracle. He focuses on Oracle data access and database integration with .NET and Windows. He’s spoken previously at many Microsoft and Oracle events, including Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft Professional Developers Conference, VSLive! and Oracle Develop and OpenWorld.|
|I love Colorado and I have enjoyed speaking at RMOUG for years…almost since it started in the 1990’s. My job is to pass along my Oracle expertise. My hobbies include rebuilding old VW convertibles, hiking and outdoor activities…especially in Colorado.|
|Daya Haines Haddock is president of TIA, Inc., a premier provider of end user training and documentation. She has been a long-time JDE/Oracle partner and has a passion for working with companies that understand the value of training and providing end user support. She is excited to share how Oracle’s investment in UPK can springboard your organization to design, develop, and deliver engaging training! When she’s not running TIA, Daya skis and hikes in the lovely Colorado mountains, and her newest interest is learning to shoot sporting clays.|
|Gaja Krishna Vaidyanatha – Interests – Motorcycle Riding, Scuba Diving, Fitness, Dancing and Music. Why do I want to present at RMOUG TD2012? Because, it is one of the best technical conferences in the country!|
|Jeff Smith – Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy trying local microbrews (fancy word for beer) and skiing whenever I get to visit Colorado. I want to present at RMOUG because the last (and only) time I presented there my laptop froze up and it’s high time I came back and put on a good show! Also, I enjoy coming to RMOUG as it’s the first big show of the year and attracts the best speakers and enthusiastic attendees! Denver’s not a bad place to visit either.|
|Jordon Braunstein – My hobbies include: implementing Oracle SOA Suite, designing Cloud architectures, and providing strategic middleware advisory services to ensure successful implementations! I enjoy sharing my knowledge of Oracle Fusion Middleware with the broader community to ensure successful implementations, low risk, and tangible results for all middleware customers.|
|Julie Johnson is the CEO of Firebox Training based in Golden, Colorado. She teaches and consults internationally in Oracle, Java, and XML technologies, as well as Perl and Python. Julie has authored several courses, including Java, Oracle SQL, Oracle Apex, and Oracle ADF. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge with other IT professionals worldwide. She has lived and worked abroad in both Germany and Japan for several years. Her hobbies include spending time with her family, hiking and learning languages.|
|Robert Mason – Hobbies: I participate with my son Ben at Boy Scout camping events with Troop 633. I enjoy skiing, hiking, walking my black lab Jenny, attending movies, dances and other social events. Why RMOUG Training Days? As an Assistant Professor at Regis University, I enjoy teaching Oracle classes. I’m the program coordinator for the Regis MS Database Technologies program that currently has 200 students.|
|Karl Arao is an OCP-DBA, RHCE, and Oracle ACE. He works for Enkitec as a Senior Technical Consultant where he currently spends most of his time exploring on Exadata capacity planning and performance. Prior to that, Karl went to work for SQL*Wizard as a Solutions Architect and an R&D guy where he had his 5 years of solid DBA experience that include Proactive database maintenance, Database Installation and Configuration for High Availability and Disaster Recovery, Migration and Upgrades, Backup and Recovery, Database Hardening, Capacity Planning, and Performance Tuning. He shares his experiences, adventures, and discoveries in his Blog (karlarao.wordpress.com), he tweets at @karlarao, and owns a Wiki site (karlarao.tiddlyspot.com) where he shares his quick guides and documentations on technologies. He presents at local Oracle Events and DBA round tables, and has also presented at the Oracle Open World Unconference, Oracle Closed World, Virtathon, and Hotsos. He is also a proud member of the Philippine Software Industry Association Technology Council. In his spare time, he loves to mine the ASH and AWR and do adventure sports like Underwater Hockey, Mountaineering, Mountain Biking, Aquathlon, and sprint distance Triathlon. Reason for presenting at RMOUG Training Days: To share the love for mining the ASH and AWR.|