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Twitter Oracle Security Open Chat Thursday 6th March

March 5th, 2014 by Pete

I will be co-chairing/hosting a twitter chat on Thursday 6th March at 7pm UK time with Confio. The details are here. The chat is done over twitter so it is a little like the Oracle security round table sessions I do at the UKOUG Oracle conference here in the UK live each year. This chat is done via twitter and sounds like fun. You can ask questions or join in the chat. Simply use the tag #DataChat in your responses or posts from 7pm (UK time) on Thursday. You can also use a tool like tweetdeck and set up a new column for the tag #DataChat and you can see all of the threads.

If you fancy joining in, please do so. If you have a subject or question to raise before hand then please email me (pete at petefinnigan dot com) or send me a tweet to @petefinnigan

March 2014

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