KCOUG Training Day 2005

Maggie Tompkins of the KCOUG submitted the following.

The Kansas City Oracle Users Group (KCOUG) Training Day 2005 is fast approaching. Join 300 Oracle and technology professionals for a great day of networking and technical sessions. Please forward to colleagues who may be interested. Thank you.

Respectfully,
Maggie Tompkins
Kansas City Oracle Users Group (KCOUG)

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From: KCOUG Administration [mailto:admin@kcoug.org]
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 2:28 PM
To: TOMPKINS, MARGARET
Subject: KCOUG Training Day 2005 presentation schedule.

Online registration for KCOUG TRAINING DAY 2005 (with secure payment by PayPal) is now available at http://www.kcoug.org (left-hand KCOUG TRAINING DAY 2005 block)

KCOUG Training Day 2005 Schedule
NOTE: Please check http://www.kcoug.org for last-minute schedule changes.

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Monday, October 24th, 2005
7:00 am – 8:30 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30 am – 8:45 am
Opening Session

8:45 am – 10:00 am
Keynote (One session – 1 hour and 15 minutes)
Rich Niemiec, TUSC – Exceptional Leadership; Be the Uncommon Leader!

10:15 am – 12:15 pm
Four Two-Hour In-Depth Technical Sessions
#1 – Rich Niemiec, TUSC – Tuning 9i & 10g – Tuning Oracle has Radically Changed
#2 – Paul Dorsey, Dulcian – Avoiding Landmines as you “Struts Your Stuff” through J2EE Development Using JDeveloper
#3 – Dan Vlamis, Vlamis Software Solutions, Inc. – OracleBI and Oracle OLAP–What’s All This About?
#4 – Shannon Mayfield, Noetix Corporation – Accelerated Reporting for Oracle Applications

12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
Box Lunch – Attendee Networking (1 hour and 15 minutes)

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Six One-Hour Regular Sessions
#1 – Rich Niemiec, TUSC – Oracle Internals at the Block Level; Beginners, Go Away!
#2 – Paul Dorsey, Dulcian – Repository-Based Application Development
#3 – Bill Inmon, Inmon Data Systems – Managing Unstructured Data and the Bridge to the Structured World
#4 – Dan Hotka, Independent Consultant – Tuning SQL When You Can’t Change the Code
#5 – Matt Larson, Confio Software – Blame the DBA: How Improper Wait Event Analysis Leads to the DBA Blame Game
#6 – David Fuston, IRUS Group – OSA, OFA, DBI, EPB, or Discoverer — Which Reporting Tool is Right For Me?

2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
Six One-Hour Regular Sessions
#1 – TBD, BraveSoft Technologies – Technical Presentation (BraveSoft Technologies)
#2 – TBD, Embarcadero Technologies – Technical Presentation (Embarcadero Technologies)
#3 – David Welch, House of Brick – Approachable RAC
#4 – Rizwan Jaka, Oracle Corporation – Update on new versions of Portal called Instant Portal and New Features of HTMLDB 1.6/2.0
#5 – Virgil Flack, RingMaster Software – Maintaining Your Oracle Applications in Less Time With the Simplified ACME Approach
#6 – Srinivas D. Talagadadeevi, Black & Veatch – Upgrades, Patches, Critical Issues and Changed Priorities: Providing Useful User Support!!

3:45 pm – 4:15 pm
Break – Cookies and Soft Drinks (30 minutes)

4:15 pm – 5:15 pm
Six One-Hour Regular Sessions
#1 – Nick Roppolo, Core Ops, Inc. – Implementing Oracle Discoverer 10g
#2 – Shaun O’Brien, TUSC – Web Application Development with Jdeveloper 10g, ADF and Struts
#3 – Greg Matus, Maverick Solutions – The Leap From PL/SQL to Java: More than Just Syntax
#4 – Prabhakar Gongloor, Oracle Corporation – Performance Diagnostics Demystified: Best Practices for Oracle Database 10g
#5 – Paul Murray, BraveSoft Technologies – Installing Oracle 10g on a Linux Fedora Platform – How to Acquire Valuable DBA Skills at Home
#6 – Swapan Golla, Gallup Organization – Scalable OLAP Web Applications

5:15 pm – 5:30 pm
Wrap-up and Door Prizes

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