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I hope to meet with like minded technical folks, learn some new things - educate as many people as possible about Oracle deployment auditing and enjoy Openworld and San Francisco generally. I'll also be hosting a party on Tuesday night for a select hundred or so :)

Posted by Jason Keogh on July 23, 2010 at 05:16 AM PDT #

I attended a lot of sessions and workshops or courses. For these I would like to download the course materials. It is tough to take notes as these exciting courses move so fast. It would be nice if we could download the powerpoints or pdf files we used in the sessions. Two courses never finished due to problems. In the virtualization session we had the server crash and never made it even half way. If I had the materials I could finish the labs another time, So in short this is a request to have a place to download the materials. Nothing seemed non public so I don't think we would need to sign an NDA. I would really appreciate a way to get the materials please. Thanks!

Posted by Daniel on September 21, 2010 at 03:33 AM PDT #

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