We are pleased to announce that the speakers for Hotsos Symposium 2010 have been chosen. Visit www.hotsos.com to find out more!
Registration is open. Sign up now to take advantage of early registration pricing.
Hotsos is pleased to announce that Profiler 126.96.36.199 is ready for download. Profiler now supports Windows XP/Vista, Mac and Linux platforms. This version also has a new user interface, which greatly improves workflow and overall end-user experience. It's easier to install and is now compliant with US Federal Rehabilitation Act Section 508 Technical Standards.
The technical enhancements include interpreting trace lines with r=-1 values, improved performance of formatting for very long SQL texts from O(n!) to O(n), corrected rounding of syscall elapsed durations, processing of all syscalls for SQL statements whose text is "commit" or "rollback" and improved rendering of SQL text containing tab characters.
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Hotsos is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Tanel Põder to bring you two sessions in two cities of "Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting". The first seminar will be held in Dallas, TX on September 9, 2009, and the second will be in Washington, DC on September 14, 2009.
To register for either event, please go to https://portal.hotsos.com/education/SEM. On this page, you may read more about the seminars then scroll down to the bottom of the page to pick a location and register.
For more detailed information about what will be covered in these intensive 3-day programs, you may also visit http://blog.tanelpoder.com/seminar/.
Did you attend Hotsos Symposium 2009? No? Want to see what you missed? Watch this video.
The Sym is a great way to network with your peers, discuss Oracle performance issues and meet others who share the same interests. In addition, being selected as a presenter is a great way to get into the Symposium and Training Day for free! However, the only way to be chosen as a speaker is to fill out and submit the form.
We've opened the call for papers for Hotsos Symposium 2010 this week. You can download the form from www.hotsos.com. It's in Microsoft Word format so it will be easy for you to fill out. All you need is an idea. Send your completed form and/or questions to email@example.com.
Just be sure to return it by September 30, 2009 for consideration.
I'll be in beautiful Sydney Australia (is there another Sydney in the world?) next Friday (17 April) at the Sydney Meetup doing a presentation on using Oracle Trace data to tune SQL.
Tanel Põder will be there as well doing his "No Slides" gig. I saw this at the Hotsos Symposium this year, and it's a presentation not to be missed. I'm glad that I'll be able to see it twice; hopefully, I can fill in the gaps in my notes from the first go.
Stop by and have some great Oracle training and some beer and Pizza with other Oracle geeks!
We have been busy getting the website updated for Hotsos Symposium 2010 and have some great announcements for you:
See our website for more information. We hope to see you there.