ODTUG announced that it is planning two conferences in Melbourne, Australia and two conferences in Auckland, New Zealand in November. These conferences are part of the popular ODTUG Seriously Practical Conference series that are known for their deep dive approach on a specific Oracle technology.
The series will start with two two-day conferences on Oracle Application Express (APEX) in Auckland, New Zealand, November 5-6 and Melbourne, Australia, November 8-9. Two APEX powerhouses, David Peake from Oracle Corporation and Oracle ACE Director Martin D’Souza from ClariFit will provide best practices and training on dynamic actions, plugins, Oracle cloud, debugging, and mobile apps. Hands-on training will also be offered.
The second leg of the conference series will focus on Oracle Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Management (BI/EPM) and will be held November 15-16 in Auckland and November 19-20 in Melbourne. Oracle ACE Directors Edward Roske from interRel Consulting and Cameron Lackpour from CLSolve along with Richard Philipson of James & Monroe, Erica Harris of Waikato Regional Council, and Ashley Beauman of Rittman Mead Oceania will cover topics like Hyperion Planning, OBIEE Dashboards, and Mobile Development.
ODTUG is working in association with the Australian Oracle User Group (AUSOUG), the New Zealand Oracle Users Group (NZOUG), and Quest International Users Group to host these Seriously Practical Conferences. Sponsors include James & Monroe, M-Power, and the Oracle Technology Network (OTN).
Bambi Price, who is the director of Park Lane Information Technology, a company headquartered in Melbourne with offices in New Zealand and a member of the ODTUG board of directors said,“The Asia Pacific Region welcomes ODTUG, an organization that is known worldwide for its absolute high quality training and expertise in Oracle technology. ODTUG’s ability to pull from its global network of experts is key to providing top-notch content. Prior successful Seriously Practical Conferences in Brussels, Montreal, Mumbai, and Sydney validates ODTUG’s leadership and commitment to global training.”
ODTUG (odtug.com / odtugspconference.com) is an independent, not-for-profit global organization providing education, support, advocacy, and networking opportunities for developers, DBAs, analysts, and technical leads and managers who work on Oracle Databases using a variety of technologies. The user group has 20,000+ members from 36 different countries and attracts 1,500 people to its annual conference, Kscope. In addition to the upcoming conferences in Australia and New Zealand, ODTUG has held conferences in Brussels, Montreal, Sydney, and Mumbai.