Connecticut Oracle User Group (CTOUG)


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    About CTOUG

    CTOUG is dedicated to providing excellent "Grass Roots" Oracle Skill Development opportunities and high quality peer networking to Connecticut Oracle Database Professionals.

    CTOUG is:

    • A not-for-profit group of over 400 Connecticut Oracle Database Professionals
    • Dedicated to providing high quality technical learning experiences and professional networking opportunities
    • We bring top national technical speakers: Oracle experts, Gurus, and Book Authors to Connecticut
    • Quarterly meetings held at local Hartford sponsoring companies
    • Membership is FREE!



    The next Connecticut Oracle Users Group (CTOUG) meeting will be held on Thursday December 4th from 3-6pm at Dave and Busters in Manchester CT. 

    Our guest speaker will be Rich Niemiec. Rich is a world renowned Oracle Ace Director, past President of the International Oracle Users Group (IOUG) and the current President of the Midwest Oracle Users Group (MOUG). Niemiec is one of six originally honored as a worldwide Oracle Certified Master. He authored the #1 Oracle bestseller "Oracle11g Release 2 Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques," an update of his previous three Oracle best sellers. The topics Rich will be speaking on will be announced shortly.

    A buffet dinner will be provide along with game cards to enjoy the arcade after the event!

    Registration is mandatory – please register here:

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