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Register for UTOUG Training Days 2015!
UTOUG is pleased to continue our 20th anniversary celebration by announcing that two of the most sought-after Oracle speakers are joining us at Training Days 2015: Tom Kyte and Robert Freeman. Tom presents on March 11, and Robert presents March 12.
The 2015 Training Days schedule at a glance is now available, with 44 sessions, six tracks, two keynotes, and - new this year - one session dedicated to panel discussions split out by track.
UTOUG President Michelle Kolbe Interviewed at Oracle HQ
Our own Michelle Kolbe, President of the Utah Oracle User Group, was interviewed recently at a gathering at Oracle headquarters about her involvement with UTOUG. See the interview here.
UTOUG's Women in Tech Program - Mentors Wanted!
Our new Women in Tech Program is kicking off in March and we are currently seeking mentors and students to participate. Anyone in a technical career is invited to participate as a mentor (men and women). Students must be in an undergraduate CS or IS program at a Utah university to participate. We will have a kickoff event to train our mentors on how to be effective mentors and for students there will be a session about job search strategies. For more information and to apply, click here.
Free Membership for Job Seekers
The economic circumstances of the past couple of years have been challenging. We at Utah Oracle Users Group recognize that some database professionals in our area may be out of work. We want to help you stay active in the Oracle community and keep your skills sharp!
Oracle professional who are currently unemployed may request a free UTOUG membership. You are a valuable member of the Oracle community, and we encour-age you to attend SIGs and stay active in UTOUG!!
As of November 29th, 2013 we updated our website to a new system hosted by Wild Apricot. Here are some things you need to know:
Your username is now your email address. It was whatever email we had on file from the previous system.
Your password was not transferred from the old system. You need to reset it by either using the "forgot password" link in the upper right corner next to the login or by clicking HERE.
You'll need to login to register for member events, renew your membership, and make changes to your profile.
If you were previously a member but haven't logged in for a while and don't know what email address you had on file we can help you. We probably still have your member info and we can update the address for you so you can login and update your profile. Email our membership chair Mike.Heining.firstname.lastname@example.org or webmaster email@example.com