As it has been the case in the past few years, I started planning the ODTUG EPM & Analytics community meetups in the New York, New Jersey, Boston, Connecticut Northeast region of the United States early in January. First up in my 2020 meetups calendar would be the New York City EPM community meetup usually held at the Park Ave. Oracle offices right next to Grand Central. However my calendar didn’t exactly follow the Corona calendar…
The ODTUG Board of Directors is a group of volunteers elected by ODTUG members to serve the community at large. What board members all have in common is a genuine dedication to offering our members the best technical content, access to a large network of well acclaimed industry experts, exposure to Oracle product management, and countless professional growth opportunities. All ODTUG board members also share a sincere appreciation for how the ODTUG network has played a critical role in setting the course of their technical and leadership professional paths.
The Oracle Developer Community Appreciation Day is a day to thank the Oracle community by sharing technical knowledge or an Oracle user community experience. On Oct. 10, just one day ahead of ODC Appreciation Day, ODTUG hosted a very successful EPM & BI meetup in the Oracle offices in Stamford, CT. Get a feel of the enriching 9 hour experience that 40 Oracle friends and colleagues had the chance to be a part of!
Dear fellow ODTUGers, in this corner of my blog, you will see highlighted all the reasons that I believe will be important to you when deciding on Your ODTUG Board Members for this year. I would like to walk you through my campaign statement in more detail while showing you examples of the work that has already been completed in order to kick start most of the initiatives I aim to focus on. By choosing me as Your ODTUG Board Member, you will be giving the ODTUG community a strong chance towards creating long lasting frameworks around all these initiatives that will bring positive growth to our organization.