Tag Archives: 2007

OpenWorld Day 4, 5 & 6…

Day 4 I spent a lot of time in the OTN lounge just talking to people. I guess it’s what I do best. Later in the day Mary Ann Davidson did an “Ask the Experts” session on security. It was good to see her taking notes and being genuinely concerned about the issues people were […]

OpenWorld Day 3…

Thanks to everyone who showed their concern over my hospital incident. As the day progressed I was walking a little funny, kind of like I needed the toilet in a big way, but for the most part things were good. Last night I slept pretty well, managing about 7 hours thanks to the muscle relaxants […]

OpenWorld Day 2…

I know it’s all a bit mixed up because I’ve already blogged about events last night, but it’s my blog and I’m allowed to alter the time-line. I’ve decided only to blog about stand-out points for me, so here goes… I went to the DBA 2.0 session by Tom Kyte (and others) in the No […]

OpenWorld arrival and Day 1…

Let me start by saying Vikki Lira and Emily Yip are superstars! They are the people that organized just about everything for me this year. This has been the most painless and effort free trip I’ve ever been on, and it’s entirely down to their organizational skills. You deserver a very big thanks and a […]

Oracle OpenWorld 2007…

I got my freebie code through today, so I’ve registered for Oracle OpenWorld 2007. Cheers Tim…