In the next posting in my series of talks with presenters, attendees and organizers ofKaleidoscope, I had the distinct pleasure of having an e-conversation with Cameron Lackpour (click on Cameron’s name to view his bio).
Cameron once hinted that he might get an ODTUG tattoo. Cameron has a blog for
Welcome back! In the next few months leading up to Kaleidoscope, I hope to feature some interviews with folks that have been to Kaleidoscope in the past, and are planning their attendance this year. I hope you’ll find them interesting, letting you get to know each person a little better.
For this en
This should be the first in a series of posts about Kaleidoscope 2009. There are too many good memories to put them all in one post, so I’ll try and relate a few in each posting.
Community Service Day – June 20 -
One word…WOW! The ODTUG Community turned out for our second annual community service da
With all the attention focused on the upcoming Kaleidoscope conference, it’s a good time to go back and remember the amazing experiences of past Kaleidoscope’s. I asked my good friend, Monty Latiolais, for his best Kaleidoscope memory. He had this to say…
“Funny enough, my most memorable
In what may be one of my shortest blog postings ever, I’ll let the picture say what I need to say in many less words…if you are looking for a conference to attend, and you want to learn about Oracle Application Express, take a look at the chart below…