The NoCOUG Journal
is the newsletter of the Northern California Oracle
Users Group. The NoCOUG Journal is published quarterly and mailed
to all members.
will be held Wednesday,
November 19, 2014
at eBay Town Hall in San Jose.
View the conference agenda and session abstracts here.
2015 Winter Conference (Joint conference with the BIWA SIG and the Graph and Spatial SIG)
Tuesday, January 27
350 Oracle Parkway
Redwood City, CA 94065
2015 Spring Conference
Thursday, May 21
UCSC Extension Silicon Valley
2505 Augustine Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
2015 Summer Conference
Thursday, August 20
6101 Bollinger Canyon Rd
San Ramon, CA 94583
2015 Fall Conference
Wedneday, November 19
eBay Town Hall
2161 N. First Street
San Jose, CA 95131
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future conferences, or writing an article for the NoCOUG Jouranl, send us an
NoCOUG conferences to learn from the experts, meet technical representatives
from Oracle Corporation, and network with your peers. Learn more
about NoCOUG conferences here.
You can also download presentations
from past conferences.
The Northern California Oracle Users Group is an independent,
volunteer organization dedicated to the education and representation
of the users of Oracle Corporation's database and tools
software. NoCOUG is celebrating its 27th year in 2013!
We are a dynamic group of around 500 members from all over Northern
California. Typically from 200 to 250 members and guests attend
our meetings each quarter.
NoCOUG events take place at various locations around San Francisco
Bay, including Redwood Shores, San Ramon, and Pleasanton. Many
of the presentations from our recent conferences are available
We have some terrific, long-term meeting site sponsors
as well as vendors who help support
and the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) are alliance
partners. We encourage you to learn more about IOUG by visiting
the IOUG website at
is actively looking for volunteers to help organize our
conferences and other events. If you are looking to get
involved, then contact
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forward job search requests to us.