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Upcoming Meeting

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GCOUG Meeting

Wednesday, January 29th 2020, 9:20-3:00:

GREATER CINCINNATI ORACLE USERS GROUP

Wednesday January 29th, 2020

Location:  Chase Tower, 4th floor room 406
8044 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236

Please welcome Bill Beauregard and Jason Straub from Oracle to discuss various topics about Oracle Datapump, Autoupgrade, APEX and Mulitenant.

Bios:

Bill Beauregard

Bill is a Senior Principal Product Manager for Oracle Database Utilities with 24 years in the Oracle Server Technologies group and 36 years in the industry.

Jason Straub

Jason Straub is a Consulting Member of Technical Staff for Oracle’s Developer Tools & Integration division at Oracle America. Jason has primarily worked on Oracle Application Express since joining Oracle in 2000. Jason has developed features integrating APEX with web services. Most recently, Jason works on integrating APEX with Oracle cloud offerings and installation into Oracle Multitenant. Jason holds a B.S. degree in mathematics from Ohio University’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Meeting Agenda

09:20a - 09:50a Meeting Registration/Check-in
09:50a - 10:50a APEX, New Features - Jason
10:50a - 11:00a Break
11:00a - 12:00a New Features for Oracle DataPump - Bill
12:00p - 12:30p Lunch
12:30p - 01:30p APEX and Multitenant - Jason
01:30p - 01:40p Break
01:40p - 02:40p Oracle Autoupgrade for 19.3 - Bill
02:40p - 03:00p Q&A, Announcements, Gift Drawing

HAPPY HOUR at the Coopers Hawk Winery sponsored by Infolob and Oracle after the meeting!

Registration has changed. You now create an account on our website and then register for the meeting.

The meeting is free to existing GCOUG members, $25 for non-members and free to students and those between jobs.

 

DIRECTIONS TO CHASE TOWER.

 

From Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport:

As you are leaving the airport, follow the signs to East I-275.

Merge onto I-75 North via Exit 84 toward Cincinnati.

Stay on I-75 crossing over the Ohio River into Ohio.

Take I-71 North RIGHT AFTER the bridge.

Continue I-71 North to exit 12.

Turn right onto Montgomery Road.

Stay in far-right lane.

Turn right onto Hosbrook Road.

First road on right is entrance to tower, follow the signs to parking.

Parking is underneath the building.  Park in the west tower if possible. Then take elevation to 4th floor, room 406.

 

From Dayton, OH:

Take I-75 South to East I-275.

Take the I-71 South to Cincinnati ramp.

Take I-71 South to Montgomery Road, Exit 12.

Turn left onto Montgomery Road.

Stay in far-right lane.

Turn right onto Hosbrook Road.

Parking is underneath the building.  Park in the west tower if possible. Then take elevation to 4th floor, room 406.

 

From Columbus, OH:

Take I-71 South to Montgomery Road, Exit 12.

Turn left onto Montgomery Road.

Stay in far-right lane.

Turn right onto Hosbrook Road.

Parking is underneath the building.  Park in the west tower if possible. Then take elevation to 4th floor, room 406.

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