got in touch with Ari Kaplan, the president of the Independent Oracle Users Group, an Oracle Database expert, and a featured speaker at the upcoming OpenWorld event next month in San Francisco. In this podcast interview, Ari gives his picks for the best Oracle Database-related sessions to attend. He also talks about some of the most pertinent issues facing Oracle Database users, including the rise of open source database technologies and the most notable new features included in the latest incarnation of Oracle's flagship product -- Oracle Database 11g. Arm yourself with the latest Oracle Database information before you head to OpenWorld by listening to this podcast today.
Podcast: The database user's guide to OpenWorld 2007
Download the podcast here: Fast forward 11 minutes and 29 seconds into the podcast to get Kaplan's recommendations for the best Oracle Database sessions to attend at OpenWorld.
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