My Presentations

The following is a list of presentations that I have given or I can give at Oracle related conferences and SIGs.

2017
Sept - OUG Ireland Meet-up (Organiser)
Sept - OUG Poland (1 presentation)
June - OGh Conference (2 presentations)
May - Harmony Conference (2 presentations)
May - Riga Dev Days (2 presentations)
May - OUG Ireland Meet-up (Organiser)
March - OUG Ireland (2 presentations and Panel Discussion)
March - OUG Norway (2 presentations)
January - Hadoop User Group Ireland (1 presentation)
January - OUG Ireland Meet-up (Organiser)

2016
December - UKOUG TECH16 (3 presentations)
December - UKOUG APPs16 (1 presentation)
October - OUG Ireland Meet-up (1 presentation and organisor)
September - Oracle Open World (part of EMEA ACEs session)
June - KScope, Chicago, USA (3 presentations)
March - OUG Ireland, Dublin, Ireland (Committee, 2 presentations)
January - BIWA Summit, Oracle HQ, Redwood City, CA, USA (2 Hands-on Labs + 1 presentation)
January - Yes SQL Summit, NoCOUG Winter Conference, Redwood City, CA, USA (1 presentation)

2015
December - UKOUG Tech15 and Apps15 Conferences (1 master class + 2 presentations)
October - Oracle Open World, San Francisco (2 presentations)
September - OUG Ireland SIG Day, Dublin Ireland (1 presentation + SIG co-chair)
June - Harmony OUG, Tallinn, Estonia (3 presentation)
March - OUG Ireland, Dublin, Ireland (2.5 presentations & Committee)
March - OUG Norway, Oslo, Norway (3 presentations)
March - UKOUG Business Analytics SIG, London, UK
February - Claremont Business Analytics event, London, UK
January - BIWA Summit, Oracle HQ, Redwood City, CA, USA (2 presentations)

2014
December - UKOUG TECH15, Liverpool, UK (2 presentations)
December - UKOUG APPS14, Liverpool, UK
September - Oracle Open World, San Francisco, CA, USA
August - LA OTN Tour, Panama (4th), Costa Rica (6th) & Mexico (8th). 2 presentations in each country
June - Oracle EMEA Data Warehousing Global Leaders Forum, Dublin, Ireland
June - OUG Finland, Helsinki, Finland (2 presentations)
April - OUG Norway, Oslo, Norway (2 presentations)
March - OUG Ireland Conference, Dublin, Ireland (1 presentation & Committee).
January - BIWA Summit, Oracle HQ, Redwood, CA, USA (2 presentations)

2013

December - UKOUG Tech Conference, Manchester, UK.
September - Oracle Open World, San Francisco, CA, USA. (2 presentations)
July - UKOUG Analytics Event, London, UK.
June - OUG Ireland BI SIG, Dublin, Ireland. (2 presentations)
April - OUG Norway Spring Conference, Oslo, Norway. (2 presentations)
March - OUG Ireland Conference, Dublin, Ireland (1 presentation & Committee).
January - BIWA Summit, Redwood Shores, CA, USA.

2012
December - UKOUG Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK
March - OUG Ireland Conference, Dublin, Ireland (2 presentations & Committee)

2011
December - UKOUG Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK.
July - VirtaThon - Virtual Conference for Oracle, Java and MySQL.

2010
December - UKOUG Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK.

2009
March - COLLABORATE, USA.

2008
December - UKOUG Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK.

The following are the list of presentations that I have given or due to give at a conference over the coming months:
  • Combining the Power of R and in-Database Mining: Running R in the Database. Seriously!
  • Sentiment Analysis using Oracle Advanced Analytics
  • How UK Universities Are Using Oracle Advanced Analytics to Protect Their Income
  • Your Data Is Talking to You: Customers Describe How In-Database Analytics Drives Their Business
  • BYOD - Getting started with Oracle Data Miner Hands on Lab
  • The Oracle Data Scientist
  • Oracle Analytics Option - 12c New Features
  • How to do Data Mining in SQL and PL/SQL
  • From BIG Data to Small Data and Everything in Between
  • Oracle R Enterprise : How to get started
  • Hokie Pokie of Oracle Advanced Analytics
  • Building Predictive Analysts into your Forms Applications
  • Getting Real Business Value from OBIEE and Oracle Data Mining
  • How to Deploying and Using your Oracle Data Miner Models in Production
  • Oracle Analytics Option 101
  • From SQL Programmer to Data Scientist: evolving roles of an Oracle programmer
  • Using an Oracle Oracle Data Mining Model in SQL and PL/SQL
  • Getting Started with Oracle Data Mining
  • You don't need a PhD to do Data Mining