Monday, April 14, 2008

Free Seminar: American DBA Online with Tom Kyte

American DBA Online Seminar on latest Oracle Database Technology

Join American DBA Online technical seminar on May 17, 2008 at the Hilton Hotel, Woodbridge, New Jersey with several of the database industry's most famous speakers. Mr. Tom Kyte, the Tom behind the "AskTom" column in Oracle Magazine will give the keynote speech on Oracle Database 11g.

Do not miss this opportunity to meet Tom and "AskTom" some questions. Oracle's support of this organization has allowed this event to be free. However, Pre-Registration is required. http://www.dbaonline.org/seminar.html

1 comment:

neetu said...

dear sir/mam myself narendra i have completed my b.a . i m persuing m.ba. (i.t). now i want to make my career in oracle dba. i want ot do oracle dba course from NIIT.CAN I DO THIS COURSE.? I m facing a lot of problems .pls advice me . what should i do.?

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