Another Talk at Hotsos Symposium – 2010

Looks like I’ll be doing a second presentation at the Hotsos Symposium this year (due to a cancellation by another presenter). The first presentation will be “Controlling Execution Plans (without Touching the Code)”. This talk will be focused on hint based mechanisms (Outlines, SQL Profiles, SQL Baselines). The second topic will be “My Favorite Scripts”. It will be an interactive session demonstrating SQL scripts that I use most often when diagnosing Oracle issues. Here’s a link to the abstracts for my talks (pay no attention to the picture of the person dressed up as a pirate).

I am really excited about this year’s line up of speakers and I highly recommend the event for anyone that is interested in making Oracle perform better. Here’s a link to the signup page. By the way, you can save $100 if you sign up before Feb. 12th. Hope to see you there.

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