Strategic Partnerships: Collaboration Among Oracle User Groups

By Archive User posted 04-09-2010 07:41 AM

I wrote recently about some of the initiatives I am working on this year. Developing and maintaining relationships with other Oracle user groups is one of these. HEUG is an active participant in the International Oracle User Group Community (IOUC). In January 2010, a delegation from HEUG attended the IOUC Leadership Summit. While at the summit, we agreed to work with the other IOUC member user groups on an event (hopefully a series of events) focused on Fusion Architecture. So, this month we will travel to the Collaborate 2010 conference to participate in a one day workshop entitled "Oracle Fusion Architecture: Soup to Nuts." This event was planned by our good friend Floyd Teter of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Vice President of the Oracle Applications User Group. Here is the workshop abstract:

Wondering about the benefits of Fusion middleware?  Struggling to figure out your roadmap to Fusion Applications?  Asking what Fusion does for the database?  Concerned about what skills you'll need as a Fusion developer?  If you're pondering these types of questions, this workshop is for you!

Join us at Collaborate 10 for a workshop on all things Fusion.  Oracle, OAUG, Quest, ODTUG, HEUG and IOUC have joined forces to bring you presentations and live demonstrations.  You'll hear from Oracle ACE Directors, ACEs and thought leaders who have walked the walk and talked the talk with Oracle Fusion Architecture.  You'll also hear from Oracle leaders on their work on such Furion-related topics as User Experience and Fusion Principles.

Attendance is free for anyone registered for Collaborate 10.  So join us on Sunday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

I will be blogging about the event afterward on HEUG Online -- and likely tweeting about it real-time. Stay tuned for more information, and by all means find me and say hello if you will be attending Collaborate!