BIWA Summit at Collaborate 2011
Two great ways to get Oracle education and training for more than 50% less than full week training programs. First: COLLABORATE 11 –IOUG forum gives you access to our hands on labs, our online conference proceedings, discounts to access post event audio/presentation capture, special IOUG only events. You’d pay over $2500 for just a portion of this type of education so leverage your budget wisely and attend. If you haven't registered yet, navigate to the COLLABORATE – THE IOUG Forum Registration page by Thursday, March 31st , and secure your place at the premiere Oracle education event of the year! Use code BIWA2011 for discounts and BI-nefits!
How deep do you want to go? Sign up for FREE for one of over 12 IOUG Bootcamps across three days of in-depth training by industry leading experts and users:
Or attend Virtually! Hundreds of licenses have already been sold and we want you to be able to stay connected without having to travel. IOUG's virtual education program, Plug-In to Orlando is the perfect remedy for unexpected travel and budget roadblocks. Over 40+ Oracle Education sessions are on deck on topics such as Virtualization, Data Governance, Security, DBA Trends, SQL Techniques, Data Mining, OBIEE and many more.
Save Money- With a $299 price tag, you're getting unparalleled value with no chance of unexpected travel expenses or accidental hotel-room service charges
Top-Notch Oracle Education- Get access to more Oracle sessions than you can imagine, led by the Who's Who of the Oracle ecosystem
Your Choice of Sessions- Multiple sessions available at every time slot, so you can make sure the education you get is relevant to your interests
Opportunity for Group Training- Fly solo when you watch the sessions, or GO TEAM! Bring your colleagues, grab a meeting room and attend the sessions of your choice (you decide who brings the donuts)
Unlimited Access- Can't get the time in April to sit in on the streaming sessions? No problem. Plug-In to Orlando gives you On-Demand access to numerous archived sessions.
For a full list of scheduled Plug-in sessions, click here
Now for some fun stuff - the closing session of IOUG, here are some memories from 2005 closing session debate "Do we Still need DBA's" I was on the pro side and guess who is still right!
Don't miss the fun!