Training Days 2014 Abstract Submission
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 3, 2013
RMOUG Training Days is hailed as the largest and best grass-roots regional Oracle User group conference. The major reason for this is the high caliber of the people who present. This year we have revamped the first day of the conference into a half-day of two hour “deep-dive” presentations. There will be no additional fee to any attendee who has registered for the full conference pass. We are looking for some great presentations to headline this special offering to our attendees. The presentations for the second and third days of the conference will be one hour in length, as we’ve successfully held in the past.
We invite you to submit an abstract(s) on the following topics:
All software programming in any environment—including clearly defined development tools and vendor business suites requiring programming. Examples include: Application Express, PL/SQL, .Net, JEE, Oracle Fusion, JDeveloper, Eclipse, Visual Studio, Hibernate, Spring, Struts, TopLink, Ajax, Silverlight, Testing, Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF), Essbase, Oracle Forms and Reports, E-Business Suite, Hyperion, OBIEE, PeopleSoft, and industry-specific packages.
Any design and/or development in any Business Intelligence environment—including data warehousing, multidimensional data models and other OLAP (OnLine Analytical Processing), and vendor suites requiring programming. Examples include Oracle Business Intelligence Extended Edition (OBIEE), Oracle Warehouse Builder, and the various flavors of the Hyperion suite.
Database Administration concepts and techniques for database management systems including Oracle, DB2, Sybase, Data Modeling, SQL Server, and MySQL. Topics can range from backup/recovery, security, hardware, software administration, even single sign on, Oracle Identity Management, and firewalls.
DBA Deep Dive
Deep, advanced sessions into performance tuning, CBO, Exadata, big data, and Hadoop. Any specialized area in the database of intense study or demand. Not platform specific.
Database Tools of the Trade
Tools used for interfacing with database environments to make DBA and Developers’ jobs easier. This includes TOAD, DB Artisan, Enterprise Manager, Subversion, CVS, SQL Developer, and others. Tool Suites and version control applications.
Presentations should be focused around the following areas:
Essbase: Optimization, Design, MDX, Calc Scripts, Other Essbase
EPM Reporting: Smart View, Financial Reporting, Other Reporting, EPM Foundations & Data Management: Infrastructure & Essbase Exalytics, Other Foundations (LCM, SS, etc.), Automation, ODI, DRM, FDM.
Concepts and management techniques for web servers, application servers, and portals. Examples include Java EE Servers (e.g. JBoss, Tomcat, Oracle WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, etc.) IIS, Web Services, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), ESBs, REST, Web Center, Application Integration, XML, and JSON.
Leadership and management subjects of interest to technical professionals. Examples include project management, generational differences in the workplace, networking tools such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc…
Benefits of Presenting
- You will receive a complimentary conference registration.
- Presenting at a prestigious conference like RMOUG Training Days looks good on your resume and demonstrates to your clients and/or employer that you are good at what you do.
- As you share your knowledge and experience with other Oracle professionals, you will also learn something new from your audience.
- Presenting at RMOUG is always a good experience.
How Can I Be a Presenter?
- Complete the abstract form with a 150-word abstract describing your paper and its relevancy to Oracle users. Submit your abstract by September 3, 2013.
- Submit your abstract electronically by clicking here.
- Remember, it is important that your presentation be technical in nature and not used for marketing purposes.