Tag Archives: unconference

Cancelled my Unconference session…

I’ve decided to pull out of my unconference session. The main reason for this is I started to feel a little unwell last night. I got back to the hotel at 19:00, threw up and went straight to bed. I was hoping it was just because I was over-tired, but this morning I have a […]

OpenWorld Unconference Session…

Update: I had to change the time slot… I’ve signed up to do an Unconference session on Wednesday 10:00 in Overlook C. The session is called, “Virtualization: What is it and why should you care?” It will be about 30 minutes presentation, then a discussion. It’s an overview session and not product-specific. Hopefully it will […]

The Oracle DBA… A dying breed?

I’ve updated the site notes for my OpenWorld unconference session. If you fancy having a look, it’s on the Oracle Wiki. It’s quite hard to summarize the conversation, but I think I got the gist of it down. Remember, the notes are trying to convey the opinions of the people present. I’m not saying this […]

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 […]

My OpenWorld Unconference Session?

Provided I can get a slot, I’ve proposed a session for the OpenWorld Unconference: PL/SQL New Features in Oracle 11 I’ll update the time slot information when I sign up for a slot. Cheers Tim…