Thanks to Derek Traughber from UNC for this compliment,
"This is the best conference for the money I have ever attended."
Thank you to the more than 300 speakers, vendors, and attendees who made ECO 2013 an amazing experience. Please mark your calendars for ECO 2014 and watch for the call for abstracts which shoudl be available in February.
View the 2013 conference presentations.
Oracle Conference on the James
April 24, 2014
Registration is less than $100 before March 24.
You asked for additional training in the spring, therefore the Hampton Roads Oracle Users Group is pleased to have Tom Kyte return to present Sharpening Your Memory: A Look at the Oracle In-Memory Database as the keynote address. In addition to Tom Kyte, Craig Shallahamer of OraPub, Inc. will be hosting a pre-conference workshop Digging for Database Performance Gold in Unusual Places on Monday, April 23. Click here for a list of additional presentations.
For the last four years, several regional user groups including the Virginia Oracle Users Group, the Eastern States Oracle Applications Users Group, the Hampton Roads Oracle Users Group, and the Southeastern Oracle Users Group have joined together to co-host the East Coast Oracle Users Conference (ECO). This regional Oracle user groups targets both technical and functional Oracle users, making it one of the largest and most econombial Oracle user conferences on the East Coast, with 300 attendees, including Managers, Directors, DBAs, Developers, Application Users, and System Analysts.
Raleigh/Durham, NC is a major biotechnology hub in the country, is easily
accessible via RDU airport which services 350 daily
flights including Southwest Airlines, and is a 6 hour
or less drive from most major east coast cities.