Oracle Ace Director Daniel Morgan will address some of the technical challenges you and your IT colleagues face managing large databases and business intelligence data. Learn the best practices for security and compliance. Discover the optimal architectures for integrating emerging big data technologies such as NoSQL and Hadoop. Expect to walk away with solutions that address issues confronting your organization.
Daniel Morgan is the former Chair of the Washington Software Association's Database SIG and has worked with many of our region's technology leaders in aerospace, e-commerce, and telecommunications. He began his IT career in 1969, working on IBM mainframes using Fortran IV. Later, Dan wrote the Oracle program for the University of Washington and he was the primary instructor there for 10 years. In addition to his work at UW, Dan served as an advisor to the outreach program at the University of California Berkeley, has been a consultant to Harvard University, and has been a guest lecturer on Oracle at the University of Oslo (Norway) and the University of Canterbury (New Zealand).
Dan is a regular contributor at Oracle conferences and forums around the world presenting at conferences including OpenWorld, Collaborate, ODTUG Kaleidoscope, IOUC International Leadership Conference, and has presented or taught Oracle in Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Sweden, UK, Uruguay, and the US. Dan operates a full time consulting practice and is the "Morgan" behind the well-respected Morgan's Library on the web.
Time/Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
6:00-6:30 PM: Registration, networking, and appetizers
6:30-8:30 PM: Presentation, and Socializing
501 N. 34th Street, Suite 200, Seattle, WA, 98103
(Fremont offices of Serials Solutions)
Map / Directions
- Free 2 hour street parking is available in front of the building (along N 34th Street) after 6 pm and along the water canal side only, starting from the intersection of Phinney Ave N and N Canal St., moving west bound.
- Pay parking is available in a parking garage directly across the street. In addition, there is pay parking behind the building. Slightly farther away (within 5 min walk and few blocks), there is a U Park Lot on Phinney Ave N and N 35th St.