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So you want to be a Presenter? Abstract selections for 2015 are open!

You say you want to present and share your knowledge with the world (or at least your little corner of the world)…

Your boss says there is no $$$ to pay for any technical conferences…

You want to be a rock star and have adoring fans “LIKE” your blog or web site…

Have I got a deal for you!

All you have to do is write some awe inspiring abstract with a catchy, SEO’d title and you are on your way to geek super-stardom.

Well, assuming the committee likes what you have to say and it is highly relevant to the target audience.

Want to give it a go? Then here are my two favorite Oracle user conferences that you MUST submit too, and if you are a Data Vault kind of person, one more to try for.

Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group Training Days 2015

Held in Denver, Colorado in the middle of ski season, this one is hard to beat for so many reasons…

In 2015 it will run from February 17-19 at the Colorado Convention Center.

Abstract submissions are open and run until October 2, 2014. So get a move on!

Submit here: http://www.rmoug.org/training/2015-abstract-submission/

ODTUG KScope15

Also deemed a top Oracle tech event with huge Oracle ACE and ACE Director presence (like RMOUG). This year the event will be in the warm environs of Hollywood, Florida from June 21-25, 2015.

Now the catch here is that you have to be a member to submit an abstract. You are a member already, right?

If not, join today! They do have a FREE Associate member class which is good enough to submit.

But the membership fee is only $99 a year, so why not be a full member? Just say’n…

Anyway you can submit an abstract here: http://www.odtug.com/e/sx/in/eid=17

2nd Annual World Wide Data Vault Consortium

If you are an uber Data Vault geek, we want you to present and tell us your story!

The 2015 event will be held May 28-30 and the lovely Trapp Family Lodge near Stowe,Vermont (yes THAT Trapp Family)

If you don’t want to present then just attend. Registration is also open: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wwdvc-world-wide-data-vault-consortium-2015-registration-12073703773

Dan is still accepting session proposals. There are only a few slots left! Apply NOW.

EMAIL TO: DanLinstedt@gmail.com

Want to submit a 1 hour presentation topic? 
Please contact Dan directly, submissions are due before September 30th, 2014.

Want to SPONSOR a night-time dinner / event?
Please contact Dan directly,  there are 2 nightly sponsorships available, and 1 keynote speaker sponsorship available.

Well those are my top picks and the ones I will be applying to.

Good luck and see you at one of these events!

Kent

The Oracle Data Warrior

 

 

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4 thoughts on “So you want to be a Presenter? Abstract selections for 2015 are open!

  1. If it seems early, it might be – just a little bit. But it’s definitely not too early to get your boss to buy into letting you have a few days to attend a conference if your abstract gets submitted. Start bargaining/begging now for the things you want in 2015!

  2. Kent, I used to present a lot when Discoverer was all the rage. Since then I have been developing embedded data warehouses for E-Business Suite. Do you think a presentation on this subject would be of interest? I have been thinking about getting back on to the presentation circuit for some time and wondered whether there would be folks wanting to know how to do it.
    Michael

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