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As the Training Days Director for Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group, one of my tasks is not just running the conference for RMOUG, but also promoting it.
RMOUG Training Days was the first conference I ever attended, (2004) and the first one I ever presented at, (2009.) Its one of the reasons my career is where it is now and how I stayed in touch with the man who is now my partner in life, best friend and husband.
The Training Days conference is the largest regional Oracle User Group conference in the US and is held each year at the Colorado Convention Center with it’s unforgettable venue.
Our conference has an amazing group of volunteers and attendees, which can be seen easily just by a picture showing last year’s keynote from Maria Colgan:
With that said, currently the call for papers is open and I would like to recommend to everyone that they submit an abstract. To prepare you for this task, let me go over a few reminders of what it takes to make a great abstract:
Our conference sessions selection is based off the scoring of our valuable abstract reviewers. If you are selected to be a presenter, these are a few other things you can do to ensure that you are desired to return:
Finally, if it’s your first time submitting a paper, don’t hesitate to reach out and ask for mentoring or guidance. Many conferences have senior speakers that can assist you and I know at RMOUG, we have a special selection process to ensure that our members get to hear from new speakers in the community. Ensuring success of the next great presenter in the Oracle world is important to us all. Take a deep breath and a dive into the great world of knowledge sharing! Everyone wins when every one contributes!
Submit your abstract today! The deadline is September 30th, 2015!