Call for RMOUG 2019-2020 Board of Directors Candidates

April 17, 2019 by · Comments Off on Call for RMOUG 2019-2020 Board of Directors Candidates
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Support our local community by volunteering to serve on our Board of Directors for our next fiscal year (2019-2020). Our election process is well underway — so don’t forget to submit your a short campaign and biographical statements by Monday, April 22, 2019 by email to Peggy King at peggy.king@rmoug.org.  RMOUG (Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group) continues to be the leading locally organized user group in the country; and our success is attributed to our volunteers members who volunteer to serve on the Board of Directors that provides direction for our group.

The RMOUG Bylaws require the regular election of the Board of Directors. The Bylaws are available online at http://www.rmoug.org/about/bylaws/ and outline the makeup and duties of the Board of Directors:

  • Directors must be current members.
  • The range of the number of the Directors shall be an odd number between five and fifteen.
  • The management, control, and government of the Corporation (RMOUG) shall be vested in the Board of Directors.

Note:  RMOUG’s current General Policies can be found online at http://www.rmoug.org/about/policies/

The Call for Board Candidates for the fiscal year starting 01-June 2019 through 31-May 2020  is officially open.

To run for the Board of Directors, you must:

  • Be a current member of RMOUG
  • Be able to participate in scheduled Board meetings (approximately 1 per month)
  • Be willing and able to uphold the bylaws and policies of the organization

Those who are interested in running for the Board of Directors, please prepare and submit a short campaign statement and biographical sketch.  You should include your reasons for running for the Board of Directors and your qualifications.  If you are not a current member of the Board of Directors, you must list the event(s) or committee(s) on which you have participated and the name of a current Board member as a reference.  Please limit your statement to one page. (For examples, just contact Peggy King)

REMEMBER –— Submit your campaign statements no later than close of business on Monday, April 22, 2019 by email to Peggy King at peggy.king@rmoug.org.  Should you have any questions about the process, please contact our current President Bill Padfield by email at president@rmoug.org or Peggy King at peggy.king@rmoug.org with your questions.

 

RMOUG Spring Educational Workshop 2019

April 1, 2019 by · Comments Off on RMOUG Spring Educational Workshop 2019
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Spring Educational Workshop:

May 7, 2019

Oracle Database Performance & The Optimizer:

 

Come and spend a day with Vlado Barun and learn from one of the leaders on Oracle’s Real-World Performance Team –

The focus for the day will be on truly understanding on how the database should be, or rather is designed to be, used. Proper use can result in orders of magnitude of performance gains, think 10X, 100X and sometimes 1000X faster. The format of the training day will be a mix of presentations, interactive discussions and demos that show the performance gains. This training is targeted for an intermediate/advanced audience that likes to be challenged and is interested in getting the best possible performance out of their system.

Who we are
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The Real-World Performance Team is part of the Oracle Database Development organization and focuses on achieving the maximum performance from the Oracle Database and hardware in the real world.
We do this by identifying inefficiencies in current systems and applying modern database design and tuning techniques.

Over the years we have developed the Real-World Performance methodology, which uses diagnostics to articulate the problem using numbers, aiming for a solution that achieves exceptional performance using the best available tools.

Our Methods
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Whenever we look at a performance problem, we follow a few simple principles:
1. Use the database as it was designed to be used
2. Employ numerical and logical debugging techniques using the appropriate database diagnostics tools for the problem
3. The entire system is within scope, from applications to algorithms to database
4. Avoid and eliminate “tuning” by hacking/guessing/luck to understand root cause of the problem before implementing the solution

To register for the meeting go to http://www.prairiesystemsgroup.com/pls/psg/heidi_events_upd.process_event_registration?id=BC4892285D458130

Agenda
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8:00am – 9:00am – Registration Check-in / Continental Breakfast

9:00am – 12:30pm – Morning Session
Core Oracle Database Performance Fundamentals
– Database Computer Science Basics
– Application Algorithms
– Connection Pools
– Database / Middleware Interaction

12:30pm – 1:30pm – Lunch Break

1:30pm – 5:00pm – Afternoon Session
The Optimizer
– SQL and the Optimizer
– Optimization Strategies
– Why is my SQL slow?

To register for the meeting go to http://www.prairiesystemsgroup.com/pls/psg/heidi_events_upd.process_event_registration?id=BC4892285D458130

2019 Annual WIT Luncheon Announcement

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We have a few spots available to volunteer at Training Days 2019 — receive a discounted rate to the conference as a Room or Registration Ambassador. INTERESTED??? For more details.
contact Linda Hoover at
linda@epsconferences.com.
We are excited to present this year’s topic for our annual Women in Technology luncheon at the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (RMOUG) conference:
‘Women in Technology: Grit you need to carve
the path to the top positions in technology’

“According to global CIO survey women make up just 9 percent of senior IT leadership roles. Unfortunately, this number has not changed in last 2 years.”- survey done by Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO. Another study shows U.S. women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics are 45 percent more likely than their male peers to leave the industry within their first year.Join Komal Goyal, our panel facilitator and these amazing women who have said ‘I am not going to quit’ and are part of that 9% in the leadership roles today; for an insightful lunch conversation about what they did to stay their course and make to the executive level.

Brenda Horn
Global CIO, Arrow Electronics
https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-horn-80636b4/
Katherine Pope Hooper
Sr. Director and Interim CIO,
Aurora Public Schools
https://www.linkedin.com/in/katherine-pope-hooper-9082509
Elizabeth Coker
Chief Operating Officer 3P Health
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lizcoker/
Nancy Hart
VP Product Development, NetApps
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nahart/

 

For those not already registered for the RMOUG Training Days Conference we encourage you to take advantage of our WIT discounted Conference Day Pass  (for Wednesday only) and save $50.00 off our standard rate. Get yourWIT Conference Day Pass Register Here and be sure to use the promo code “WIT”. With a conference day pass you are free to attend sessions – check out the conference schedule — don’t miss our keynote presentation with Kerry Osborne about “How to Stay Relevant” Of course your seat at the WIT luncheon is included and at the end of the conference day enjoy a drink and lite bites with your peers and our exhibitors at our Networking Reception. If you are unable to come for the day you can purchase a WIT Luncheon Only Register Here, just scroll down to bottom and be sure to use the promo code “WIT.

Already registered to attend RMOUG Training Days 2019 Conference…please let us know when you pick up your registration packet that you are interested in attending the WIT Luncheon.

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