The first day of the ODTUG Kscope conference is always symposium Sunday. This year’s Database symposium, organized by @ThatJeffSmith, consisted of multiple, short, rapid sessions, covering a wide variety of database and database tool topics, similar to Ted Talks but we called then JEFF Talks!
I was lucky enough to present 3 of this year’s JEFF Talks that I thought I would share on my blog since there wasn’t a way to uploaded to the conference site.
In the first session I covered 5 useful tips for getting the most out of your Indexes, including topics like reverse key indexes, partial indexes, and invisible indexes.
Next up was my session on JSON and the Oracle Database. In this session, I covered topics like what data type you should use to store JSON documents (varchar2, clob or blob) the pros and cons of using an IS JSON check constraint, and how to load, index, and query JSON documents.
In my finally JEFF talk I covered some of the useful PL/SQL packages that are automatically supplied with the Oracle Database. Since the talk was only 15 minutes I only touched on 4 of the 300 supplied packages you get with Oracle Database 18c but hopefully it will give you enough of a taste to get you interested in investigating some of the others!
The month of June is shaping up to be jam packed with great Oracle conference all across the global and I’m fortunate enough to have the opportunity participate in 3 of them and hope to catch up with a lot of folks in person.
So where can you find me?
Oracle Gebruikersclub Holland Tech Experience 2017
On June 15th and 16th some of the best and brightest members of the Oracle community in the Netherlands will gather for a two day conference that will include sessions on the Oracle Database, SQL, Fusion Middleware and much more. I’m fortunate enough to be delivering 3 sessions at this event:
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I’m delighted to have been given an opportunity to deliver the keynote session at this year’s Georgia Oracle Users Group Tech Days 2017.
The conference takes place on May 9-10, 2017, at the Loudermilk Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia and is shaping up to be two great days of technical sessions delivered by some of the best Oracle speakers I know.
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Yesterday I had the privilege to join Stewart Bryson, Danny Bryant and Bobby Curtis for a special episode of Real Time BI. During the show we had an opportunity to chat about some of our favorite new features in Oracle Database 12c, the transition to the cloud and what you can expect at the upcoming GAOUG Tech Days.
All four of us will be speaking at the Tech Days in May and from what I hear it’s going to be a great couple of days in Atlanta. So if you are in the area, it would be great to have you join us.
You can check out the full episode below!
Believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about Oracle OpenWorld 2017!
The Oracle OpenWorld 2017 call for papers is now opens! Oracle customers and partners are encouraged to submit proposals to present at this year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference, which will be held October 1-5, 2017 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Details and submission guidelines are available on the Oracle OpenWorld Call for Papers web site. The deadline for submissions is Monday, April 24, 11:59 p.m. PDT.
We look forward to checking out your sessions on the Oracle Database and how it has changed the way you do business!
I’m really looking forward to the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Groups Training days next week, at the Colorado Convention Center, as it will bring several new challenges for me. I am going to be involved in three very different sessions at this year’s conference:
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