nlOUG Tech Experience infographic and recap collection


Last month on the 15th and 16th of June 2017 the first full red stack conference organized by the Dutch Oracle usergroup finally happened. The nlOUG Tech Experience 2017 combined the Fusion Middleware Experience and the Database Day. A 2-day event which took place in the “Rijtuigenloods” in Amersfoort. The final numbers are very impressive for this first ever Tech conference. These numbers are presented in the infographic below:

Tech Experience 2017 Infographic
Tech Experience 2017 Infographic

There are a few people that wrote a summary of the conference which are worth your time. Thank you for your time writing these summaries. I have listed these blogs below:

Author Blog Post
Jan Karremans Birth of a user group conference…
Richard Olrichs The OGh / nlOUG Tech Experience 2017
Gurcan Orhan After the great #OGhTech17 Conference
Sandra Flores #OGhTech17 review: OUG Netherlands Tech Experience 17
Michel van Zoest OGh Tech Experience 2017 – recap
Megan Buuron Day 1: nl.OUG Tech Experience 15 June 2017
Daan Bakboord Day 2: nl.OUG Tech Experience 16 June 2017
Harald Dam OGh Tech experience 2017 – When two become one

Hope to see you next year 🙂

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Robert is an respected author, speaker at (international) conferences and is a frequent blogger on the AMIS Technology blog, the Oracle Technology Network, and participates in OTN ArchBeat Podcasts. Robert is an member of the board of the Dutch Oracle User Group (nlOUG) and also organizes SIG meetups. He also works closely with the SOA Oracle Product Management team by participating in several Beta programs. In 2017, Robert was named Oracle Developer Champion, but also hold the Oracle ACE title for SOA and Middleware, because of his contributions to the community. He is co-author of the first Oracle PaaS book published, which was published in January 2017. His fascination for using the latest technology had led to the research of Blockchain to replace the currently used B2B patterns and tooling.


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