Several people scheduled to present at Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group Training Days 2010 have started blogging about their presentations. This post is a summary of some of these. The list of presentation summaries is available here.
Ken Lee has blogged about his presentation APEX Moves from the Garage to the Basement in his blog post RMOUG 2010 – February 17 – 18, 2010. Oracle Application Express (APEX) is an Oracle-provided tool for building web applications off of an Oracle database.
Kellyn Pedersen blogs about her upcoming presentation The Power of Parallel in her blog post Presenting at RMOUG 2010!!! This presentation appears to be related to Oracle parallel processing.
Chen Shapira is presenting What Every DBA Should Know About TCP/IP Networks and Analyzing Oracle Performance Using Time Series Models. She references the latter of these in two blog posts: Autocorrelation and Causation and Goodness of Data.
Jože Senegačnik is scheduled to present RMAN Tips and Services - Why Should One Use Them? One of the reasons that I'm a developer rather than a DBA is that the idea of backing up and restoring databases is one of the most boring that I can imagine. However, it is important and Oracle DBAs seem to love presentations related to Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN).
Robert G Freeman mentions his 1/2 day university session in his blog post Creating VMWare and RAC on Windows, Part 2. He is also presenting on RMAN: Advanced RMAN Backup and Recovery.
I expect to see additional blogs from presenters at RMOUG Training Days 2010 as it approaches. Training Days will be held February 17-18 (and 1/2 day University Sessions on February 16) in the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.