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UKOUG Unix SIG 22nd Jan and more

January 21st, 2008 by Pete

It's been a busy last couple of weeks for me so not much blogging. I am getting a slightly slower day tomorrow as I will grab a train down to the UKOUG UNIX SIG in Westminster where I will be talking about Using Oracle VPD in the real world and then its back to more work the rest of the week. I always look forward to these days to meet people, put faces to email addresses and also to hopefully learn something from the other speakers. As I am getting the train down instead of driving I am planning to catch up on some bits of work laid to one side waiting for time to do them. The trains are quite good now, you get a power point for your laptop and since GNER was taken over free WiFi as well.

I have also agreed to speak at the OUG event in Edinburgh at the end April so that should be fun as I have not been into Edinburgh for a long time, i have skirted around a few times in the car but not stopped. I have also agreed to speak at a security conference in Oslo in April so will update the speaking events section shortly.

I have also been working on our Oracle security service offerings, products, consulting and training sections of this website. These should go live soon so more about those here when i post them live.

January 2008

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