The Manitoba Oracle User Group has scheduled Oracle Ace Director Daniel Morgan to speak in Winnipeg once again so don’t miss out!
There are 2 free and open sessions, we highly recommend you take advantage of both of them and pass the invitation to others.
Date: Tuesday September 29th
Location for both sessions: Millennium Library – Anhang Room 2nd Floor – 251 Donald Street
Early Lunch Session: 11:30am – 1:30pm (light lunch is served)
Topic: Moving to 12c Database and the 12c Gems (The Most Valuable Under-Promoted Features)
11:00 Doors open, networking reception, refreshments and snacks
12:15 Break and Refreshments
12:30 Presentation continues
1:15 Q&A, final remarks, door prizes
After Work Session: 4:30pm – 7:00pm (light dinner is served)
Topic: Integration, Replication and more with Oracle GoldenGate
4:30 Doors open, networking reception, refreshments and snacks
5:45 Break and Refreshments
6:00 Presentation continues
6:45 Q&A, final remarks, door prizes
Advance registration is required so either Reply to this email or email firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which session(s) you are attending:
– Both Sessions
– Early Lunch Session
– After Work Session
Daniel Morgan is an Oracle ACE Director with more than 25 years experience working with Oracle products. Mr. Morgan wrote the Oracle curriculum for the University of Washington, was the program’s primary instructor for 10 years and is the Morgan behind the MorgansLibrary.org website.
Daniel Morgan, Principal Adviser at Forsythe Meta7, began his IT career in the early 1970s with Fortran IV on mainframes, spent more than a decade writing COBOL, and moved into relational databases in the mid-1980s focusing primarily on the Oracle database.
Morgan brings to each engagement a wide range of industry experience including high technology companies and e-Commerce, telecommunications, finance, aerospace, bio-medical, hospitality, retail, energy, manufacturing and distribution, travel and entertainment, as well as public sector.
In addition to his work at the University of Washington Mr. Morgan’s academic credentials include teaching Oracle at Harvard University, guest lectures at the University of Oslo (Norway), University of Canterbury (New Zealand) and as an advisor to the outreach program at the University of California at Berkeley.
Mr. Morgan’s core competency is core database. Morgan began his Oracle career coding SQL and PL/SQL, after almost a decade moved into the development and operations DBA role, and over the years expanded his focus to include servers, storage, networking, and their relationship to both stable architecture and Root Cause Analysis.
In addition to his work in the US Dan Morgan has worked in Canada, Japan, Mexico, the UK and taught classes and seminars at conferences in Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Peru, Serbia, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, and Uruguay.
The presentations are attached below:
Thanks to Oracle for sponsoring this event