What makes ODTUG Kscope the best Oracle user-driven conference year after year? We think it’s a combination of phenomenal presenters, deep-dive content, get your hands dirty hands-on training, and over-the-top networking opportunities and special events.
Right now we are concentrating on the Kscope13 content. We invite you to submit abstracts for presentations on the new Oracle products and features that were just announced at Oracle OpenWorld. We know that it’s hard to write an abstract now on how to implement a new feature that was recently announced. Tell us what you plan to do and we can work with you on your final presentation. We are also looking for presentations that give lessons learned, tips and tricks, and best practices on Oracle technology that has been around for a while and is still widely used. Click here for a list of the topics and subtopics that will be featured at Kscope13.
If your abstract is accepted you will:
- Be presenting with the best and brightest developers, architects, and users in the world
- Return to the office with more knowledge and ideas on your topic than when you arrived
- Experience an extremely well-run, user-focused, comprehensive conference
- Receive a free registration (worth more than $1,300)
- Meet speakers and participants that will become life-long friends and colleagues
So what are you waiting for? Submit your abstract today!
Realistically, we know that not everyone wants to present. So register today and have nine months to look forward to the best conference you will ever attend.
Read what Kim Berg Hansen wrote in his blog about presenting at Kscope12:
And thank you to the fellow who the day after told me: "After your presentation I have seen the light. Now I understand that analytic functions are really not as difficult as I thought they were." That cheered me up very much! And that is, in my opinion, the whole point about Kscope - sharing experiences so other people can learn from you as you learn from other people. Ain't no better place on earth to do that than Kscope :)