UK OUG call for papers–your middleware success!

Posted: May 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

UK Oracle user group launched their call for papers. We would like to invite you to submit your SOA and BPM articles. The submission deadline is 1st June 2012 GMT midday. You can also register as a speaker. To register as a speaker and submit abstracts please click here.
Why should I present?
Speaking at the UKOUG conference is a rewarding experience, a chance to share your knowledge and raise your personal profile at the leading Oracle User conference in the UK. You will gain insights from fellow speakers as well as receive feedback from delegates on your presentation content.

"As always, the UKOUG conference excels by bringing together the great minds of Oracle technology in an environment that not only has formal presentation sessions, but the ability to interact on a 1-1 basis. If you are looking for good value for your training budget, you must consider the UKOUG conference".
Grant Ronald, Oracle ACE Oracle

What should I present? We are looking for you to share the following, that can be submitted under the UKOUG 2012 streams and topics

  • Real life business experiences
  • In-depth product analysis
  • New product overviews

    If you have any queries regarding submitting a paper, please do not hesitate to contact Marisa

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