This is just a friendly reminder that I'll be talking at this year's DOAG Oracle conference about "Cost-Based Optimizer Basics" on Thursday, the 22nd of November, "Raum 1" at 13:00.
Additionally, I've reserved a slot at the "Unconference" (15:00 the same day) where I plan to present some of the interesting stuff that I cover as part of my "Parallel Execution Masterclass".
And soon the technical content will be back at this blog where I have lots of interesting stuff in the pipeline, mainly covering Parallel Execution topics.
This year again I'm going to present at the DOAG 2012 conference in November. Since it is a popular topic I decided to talk about "Cost-Based Optimizer Basics" there, too. According to the official schedule the presentation will take place on Thursday, the 22nd of November, "Raum 1" at 13:00.
Like last year, I'll also try to do some Unconference sessions in addition - if it is going to take place, which I don't know yet.
I'll post some updates as soon as I know more details.
I'll be presenting at two upcoming webinars:
1. "Oracle Cost-Based Optimizer Basics" hosted by AllThingsOracle.com on Wednesday, 11th April 2012 16:00 (UK Time).
In this session I'll explain the key concepts that influence the decisions of the Oracle Cost-Based Optimizer most. If you want to understand the key concepts about how to write efficient queries and why the optimizer sometimes might not come up with a reasonable execution plan, then this session is for you.
Note that the webinar is free and registrants will receive a recording afterwards. Here is the link to the official AllThingsOracle.com landing page. Thanks to AllThingsOracle.com for hosting this session.
Here is an abstract of the session: