Northern California Oracle Users Group


Admission to our quarterly conferences conference is free for members and $50 for non-members. Online registration and payment is required. Membership renewals and payments are not handled at the conferences.

Upcoming events

    • 01 Oct 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 221 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

    What: Free pizza lunch

    Where: Children's Creativity Museum

    When: 11:30 AM–3:30 PM

    Why: Free!

    How: Click here for walking directions from the Moscone center

    Who: Organized by the regional Oracle user groups

    Lunch timing choices

    11:30 AM–12:30 PM (maximum capacity 300)
    12:30 PM–1:30 PM (maximum capacity 300)
    1:30 PM–2:30 PM (maximum capacity 300)
    2:30 PM–3:30 PM (maximum capacity 300)

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    Participating user groups

    The Northeast Ohio Oracle Users Group (NEOOUG) was established in 1989 to foster information exchange among the user community concerning the implementation and operation of software products related to the Oracle relational database system. In addition to quarterly meetings and special events, NEOOUG hosts the annual Great Lakes Oracle Conference (GLOC). Over 400 attendees attended 70+ sessions and workshops at our last conference. We hope to see you on May 16–17, 2018 for GLOC 2018.

    The Northern California Oracle Users Group is a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) organization that has been serving the Oracle Database community of Northern California for more than thirty-six years. We organize four conferences a year which are free for members and first-time attendees and publish an award-winning quarterly Journal. Our next conference—on November 9 at PayPal, San Jose—features workshops on Oracle Database performance by Craig Shallahamer, Hadoop by Tanel Poder, and Azure Cloud by Microsoft.

    The New York Oracle User Group (NYOUG) has been one of the largest and most active member run independent Oracle user groups since the early 1980s. We currently offer four general full day meetings per year with parallel sessions, as well as after hours meetups in New York City and Long Island. It serves the largest metropolitan area in the United States. Join us at our next Winter meeting on December 7, 2017 @ Borough of Manhattan Community College.

    The Oregon and Southern Washington Oracle User Group (OSWOUG) has been in continuous operation for longer than anyone can remember. We hold quarterly events on the second Tuesday during the months of February, May, September, and November (next meeting is on Nov.14th, 2017 ) in SW Portland at the Providence Hospital Campus. Events cover topics from database deep-dive to E-Business and Value Chain Management. Students are encouraged to attend. We emphasize interactions and networking among the participants and speakers.

    The Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (RMOUG) started in 1984 as a special interest group. Meetings were held twice-a-year to share ideas and information about Oracle products and related information systems technologies. Today RMOUG has grown to be one of the larger user groups in the Rocky Mountain Region.

    Dedicated to increasing knowledge and understanding of Oracle Applications by providing a format for sharing information of relevant topics and the sharing of collective experience in San Diego. We host educational User Conferences, Lunch and Learns, and multiple networking events throughout the year. Catch the Wave!

    The Southeast Michigan Oracle Professionals (formerly the Detroit Oracle User Group—DOUG), is the longest running user group in the Midwest starting in the Mid-1980’s. We have monthly free meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month and offer presentations and discussions on Security, Agile, Development topics, database topics and general database topics. We regularly have 2–3 Oracle Aces attending to field questions and discuss latest technologies. Click here to join our Meetup group.

    The Utah Oracle Users Group (UTOUG) serves Utah and Southern Idaho Oracle professionals with two annual conferences in the spring & fall and monthly luncheon events. UTOUG’s special interest groups cover APEX, Applications, Business Intelligence, DBA, Development, Hyperion and Peoplesoft. Join us at our next conference, a partnership with four other local tech groups called Utah Big Dev & Data with over 100+ sessions on Nov 10–11, 2017.

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