|27th Sept – 2nd Oct||San Francisco: I have been invited to do a 45 minute presentation at OpenWorld with the title Reading an AWR Report – the session ID CON5915, Wednesday 1st Oct, 16:45 – 17:30, Moscone South, Room 102 (seats ca. 635).
I’ll also be speaking at the first of the two EOUC “Short Talks” sessions (12 Looks at Oracle Database 12c: EOUC Short Talks [session ID UGF8949] Sunday 28th Sept 14:30 – 15:15, Moscone South, Room 304) where I’ll be the opening speaker with 5 minutes on Upgrading to 12c – what will it break.
For “off-piste” action I’ll be doing a full session (45 minutes) on Calculating Selectivity at Oak Table World as well as two “TED” talks of 10 minutes (“Breaking Exadata”, and “Parallel Execution Plans”).
I’ve also volunteered to make a few brief appearances at the Delphix booth each day to say a few words about why I like their product, currently I’m timetabled for 10:00 a.m. on Monday and Tuesday and 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
|14th – 15th Oct||Munich (Germany): I’ll be running a two-day course covering “Writing Optimal SQL” and “Trouble-shooting and Tuning” under the University “Celebrity Seminars” banner. Further details at this URL|
|20th – 23rd Oct||Nordic Tour: I’ll be joining the OTN Nordic Tour – which is going to be a whirlwind visit to Stockholm (Sweden), Oslo (Norway), Copenhagen (Denmark), and Helsinki (Finland) in that order. I’ve got two topics on the agenda: Understanding and Optimising Parallel Queries, and Reading an AWR Report. Further details at this URL.|
|5th – 7th Nov||Istanbul, Turkey: Change of plan for Turkey – I’ll be part of a three-day “Oracle Summit” including Pete Finnigan and Frits Hoogland. My day (6th) will be spent on “Beating the Optimizer”.|
|18th – 20th Nov||Nuremberg, Germany: DOAG annual conference 2014 – I’ve had two presentations accepted: “Basic Selectivity” (Wednesday 19th, midday) and “Join Selectivity” (Thursday 20th, 10:00 am)|
|7th – 10th Dec||Liverpool: The UKOUG Tech Conference is in Liverpool this year; I’ve got three sessions (more like one short and one long, though) in the main conference and one on “Super Sunday”.Titles and (provisional) times are:
My presentation on “Understanding and Optimising parallel queries” is on the reserve list – so there’s always a chance that that will get in at the last minute.
|15th Dec||Munich (Germany): I’ll be running the one day course “Beating the Optimizer” under the Oracle University “Celebrity Seminars” banner. Further details at this URL|