I’m on my way back home after spending the day in Portland for the OSWOUG (Oregon and South Washington Oracle User Group) event. As usual (mostly) I’m writing about conferences and events I’m attending, especially if I had a good time.
OK, so KScope17 was my first KScope, don’t be petty about it. I also know that it’s been already a month, but I’ve been doing a lot and didn’t have time to write. A week after KScope we’ve been to a family vacation in Alaska, then I went to a concert in Seattle (Counting Crows and Matchbox Twenty), then some work backlog…
I usually write about conferences quicker, but didn’t manage to find the time so I’m a week late. Last week I spoke at VODD (Vancouver Oracle Developers Day) here in downtown Vancouver. The conference was organized by Insum, a consulting company specializing in Oracle development and APEX (with a branch here in Vancouver) and was sponsored by ODTUG and BCOUG. The conference was pure technical with speakers from Insum and Oracle (and me). It was very well organize and I had a lot of fun.
This was my first time in Portland, OR, and I’ve hardly seen it. I arrived On Sunday, October 9th, for the October 10th conference in down town.
I didn’t have a lot of time to blog during OOW16, so here is the summary of the last 4 days here.
I tweeted and mentioned reasons why people should attend Oracle Open World, but apparently I haven’t written an actual post about it, so I decided to do that now. This post won’t be too long, but it will contain the things I like most in this amazing conference.
I divided the experience of OOW to four parts:
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