My Presentations at DOAG & BGOUG: EMCLI Crash Course

Last week, I gave presentations at DOAG (German Oracle User Group) conference and BGOUG (Bulgarian Oracle User Group) autumn conference about Oracle Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface. It was my first time at these conferences, and both of them were wonderful.

Before each session at DOAG Conference, there was a video showing “how they prepared the last year’s DOAG conference”. What a professionalism! What a great team work! You know Germany is known for their high quality standards, and you could see it everywhere at DOAG conference. I feel privileged to speak there. I had chance to meet lots of people I know from Twitter, face to face.

ACE Dinner DOAG

I was very lucky to join to the ACE Dinner which was organized for the first time at DOAG!

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BGOUG Autumn Conference was warm and friendly. It was held in Riu Hotels at Pravets. Pravets is a lovely small town close to Sofia. The scenery, the hotel, the attendees were all great. Unfortunately my session was at early hours right after the day we had party (ah yes, there was a conference Party and it was also great), not so much people showed up. I still admired how BGOUG organized such a great event. I hope we’ll organize such events as TROUG (Turkish Oracle User Group).

Anyway, this post is not about how much I enjoyed from being at these conferences (although I did). I have uploaded the my presentation to slideshare. Please take a look, and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.

Hope to see you in another event.

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AWS Big Data Specialist. Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) for EBS R12, Oracle 10g and 11g. Co-author of "Expert Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c" book published by Apress. Awarded as Oracle ACE (in 2011) and Oracle ACE Director (in 2016) for the continuous contributions to the Oracle users community. Founding member, and vice president of Turkish Oracle User Group (TROUG). Presented at various international conferences including Oracle Open World.

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