Next in my series of talks with ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010 presenters and attendees is a discussion with Gary Crisci.
Gary is the current ODTUG Hyperion SIG president. This SIG is responsible for all of the Hyperion content at Kaleidoscope. Gary’s bio, aside from the SIG Presidency, includes his role a
Next in my series of interviews for ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010, I had the opportunity to interview Lucas Jellema.
Lucas has been very busy as of late, but still took some valuable time to provide some answers to the questions that I gave him. Lucas apologized for not responding to my request
In my continuing series of postings with interviews from Kaleidoscope presenters and attendees alike, this week I had the chance to talk with Sue Harper, Senior Principal Product Manager for Database Development Tools at Oracle. For many years now Sue has been a great advocate and supporter of ODTUG
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.
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