The Real-World Performance Group: Oracle OpenWorld 2007 Recap

Oracle OpenWorld 2007 has come and gone and from the Real-World Performance Group’s perspective we’d consider it a successful one. The content of this year’s presentations seems to have gone over quite well as shown by the number of hallway comments and emails we received. At least two Oracle bloggers have put up their thoughts on the sessions:

Many thanks to both Doug and Andrew for the nice write-ups and the kind words, as well as those of you who attended the sessions. We hope to see you next year!

Presentations

The presentations from the Real-World Performance Group are available for download from the presentations page as well as the links below. The username/password is cboracle/oraclec6.

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