East Cost Oracle Users Group Conference 2014
The East Cost Oracle Users Group Conference 2014 is next week. To me, ECO is quite special. I am speaking there for my 3rd time!
The ECO group is kind of new (about 4 years old), and it is the clustering of several regional user groups including the Virginia Oracle Users Group, the Eastern States Oracle Applications Users Group, the Hampton Roads Oracle Users Group, and the Southeastern Oracle Users Group.
What I like about ECO is its size: small enough to remain cozy, and large enough to be a good opportunity to have one-on-one conversations with colleagues and friends.
This time at ECO 14, I will be delivering a session on “How a Developer Can Troubleshoot a SQL Performing Poorly on a Production DB” on Tuesday, November 4 at 3:15 PM (see agenda here). I will also co-deliver a 4-hours pre-conference workshop on “Oracle Performance Tuning” on Monday, November 3 at 1:00 PM. I will do this with Mauro Pagano, who is now a regular speaker and he is becoming a blogger. You can read his brand new blog at mauro-pagano.com.
Looking forward to meet old friends at ECO 14, and to make new ones!