Announcing the latest IPA award winners.
What does it take to be an Inspiring Presentation Award winner?
For the second year running UKOUG held it’s Inspiring Presentation Awards at the UK Oracle User Group Conference. Speakers from the previous year’s event were in the short running with a range of categories in which to compete for an award in. Scores were based upon delegate evaluations, rating the presenter's ability and knowledge, topic and relevance of their presentation. There were also three awards which were rated on the highest judging scores taken at the agenda planning stage. UKOUG members were invited to vote for their favourite abstracts from the conference's Call for Papers process which were put forward to the Conference Planning Committee on the basis of highest rated.
Congratulations to our 2011 winners who included:
||Winner and presentation
|Oracle speaker - Technology
||Maria Colgan with "The Optimizer – what you can expect after upgrading to Oracle Database 11g
|Oracle speaker - Applications
||Zoe Read with "Fusion Applications Finance and Project Demos"
|UK speaker - Technology
||Jonathan Lewis with "Co-operating with the database"
|UK speaker - Applications
||Simon Tomey with "Converting FSG’s and Discoverer reports to run in Oracle BI Publisher"
|Overseas speaker - Technology
||Dimitri Gielis with "Debugging with Oracle Application Express and Oracle SQL Developer"
|Overseas speaker - Applications
||Will Kelty with "Attracting the Best: Save time & money, and increase efficiencies by extending Oracle iRec to achieve recruiting excellence"
|First time presenter - Technology
||Alex Nuijten with "Analytic Functions Revisited"
|First time resenter - Applications
|| Keertikar Mishra with "Synergizing Oracle capabilities in export compliance screening process using Trade Collaborator"
|Highest judging score - UK Technology
|| Jonathan Lewis with "Redo"
|Highest judging score - UK Applications
||Mark Nott "New improved 3-in-1 iExpenses with Multiple Assignments and Payroll!"
|Highest judging score - Overseas
||Oli Sennhauser "MySQL Architectures for Oracle DBA's"
View photos of the Awards and UKOUG2011
UK Oracle User Group Conference 2012's call for papers will open in April. A short abstract of no more than 200 words is required, all abstracts are then judged and those with the highest score are put forward to the Conference Planning Committee who create the three day agenda.
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We are always looking for members to tell us their story at our Special Interest Groups (SIGs), no previous speaking experience necessary. Members like to learn from others in the industry so if you have battled your way through an upgrade project or have a great hint or tip to get the best out of your product we'd love to hear from you, the presentation can be up to a maximum of 60 minutes. Submit an abstract
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