22th of April – 12th RoOUG TechSession
ROOUG is proud to announce another event for 2015. On 22th of April we will host the 12th ROOUG TechSession.
The meeting agenda is following:
18:45 – 19:00 Registration
19:00 – 19:45 DatabaseDesigninAgileProjects
Designing the database is still extremely important, even in agile projects. In this presentation Heli will try to give some advice and important points on database design especially if the project is agile and the final goal might be known only in the end of the project. The presentation is for all levels and all IT profiles including DBAs, developers, database designers, project managers, … anybody who is interested in database designing.
Speaker: Heli Helskyaho
Heli Helskyaho holds a Master’s degree (Computer Science) in Helsinki University and she is specialized on databases. Heli is also an Oracle ACE Director and a frequent speaker in many conferences. She has been working on IT since 1990 and with Oracle products since 1993. She has been in several positions but every role has always included database design. Heli has been an Oracle Designer user since 1996 and a Data Modeler user since 2010. Heli is the CEO for Miracle Finland Oy. Heli believes that good database design and good documentation reduces performance problems and makes solving them easier. Heli’s book on database design with Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler will be out in May 2015 and it will be published by McGraw Hill in their Oracle Press series.
19:45 – 20:30 BI Cloud Services Customer Presentation for Demo ROUG – Speaker Ana Maria Stanica – Oracle BI Presales
– presentation on the benefits that BICS can bring to your company
– in the demo we will see how a new analysis based on data coming from a local file can be added in a dashboard page
20:30 – 21:00 Q& Socializing and open discussion
Location: Floreasca Park, Oracle Building , Ground Floor, Room 1 (GF01)
Don’t forget to register to the event by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or register here:
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