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  • May 31, 2016

Call for Papers UKOUG Tech16!

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

We need you for Tech16!

Returning for it's 4th year is the dedicated conference for the Oracle Technology community. We strive to provide an engaging, insightful and content rich agenda and we're looking for users, suppliers and Oracle professionals to share their experiences, knowledge and strategic insight for the benefit of others.
So whether you’ve been through a successful upgrade from 11g to 12c, are championing a move to mobile, or you have a customer with a story to share – pass on your experience and benefit the Oracle Technology community. All you need to do to submit is provide us with a 200 word abstract outlining what your session will focus on; as well as supplying a few personal details.

Tech16 will cover key areas around:

Development - APEX & Database Development, Web & Mobile, Integration, Collaboration, Platform, DevOpps, Security
Systems - Operating Systems, Virtualisation, Engineered Systems & Hardware
Business Analytics - Business Analytics & Data Visualisation, Data Discovery & Advanced Analytics, Big Data & Data Warehousing

Database - 12c, ASM, Cloud/ Cloud Control, Compliance, Integration, RAC & HA, Replication, SQL, PL/SQL, Security, 
     Standard Edition, Storage
Whether you’re a seasoned presenter or you’re new to the world of speaking at a conference, have many years of working with Oracle products or are just starting out in the industry – we want you to share your knowledge! So have a think about how your expertise can benefit the user community and before you know it you could be boosting your personal and professional profile with a spot on our agenda.

- See more at the UKOUG page here and for additional c4ps please visit our wiki here.

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