I will be presenting "Groovier Java Scripting" and "A First Look at HTML5" at Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group's (RMOUG's) Training Days 2011 four weeks from today. I've blogged quite a bit on HTML5 and Groovy and many of those posts were based on examples I was preparing for my RMOUG Training Days 2011 presentations. I'm looking forward to giving these two presentations.
I expect to see several more blog posts on RMOUG Training Days 2011 between now and the end of the actual conference. There are already several interesting posts related to this conference. Cary Millsap has posted New Paper 'Mastering Performance with Extended SQL Trace' in which he includes a link to download this paper which he refers to as "a 15-page update to chapter 5 of Optimizing Oracle Performance."
In Back on the speaking circuit - RMOUG Training Days 2011, James F. Koopmann states that it has been nearly five years since his last presentation, but he will be presenting "The Diagnostic World Has Changed; Using Oracle's Automatic Diagnostic Repository Command Interface to Effectively View and Manage Diagnostic Information" at RMOUG Training Days 2011.
TUSC is associated with eight presentations at Training Days 2011. Their page with information about the conference and the titles and summaries of their presentations also states that Training Days is "the largest regional user group conference in the US" and "is the place to network with local Oracle professionals and talk with internationally renowned Oracle experts." I'll also be there.
RMOUG Training Days 2011 is being held 15-17 February 2011 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.