Kscope16 is over…Kscope17 is coming!


As has been the case for many of my Kscope experiences, Kscope16 was quick and yet still exhausting. The conference, as always, provided seemingly limitless information for Oracle EPM and BI professionals. Even in the small amount of time that I was able to attend, I managed to learn a great many things.

I also had the pleasure of meeting some of my fellow bloggers for the first time and seeing others that I’ve known for years.  Sadly, many of us only get to see each other once a year.  I have a new badge to add to my collection:

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I also received a nice polo as a presenter gift:

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Jake was kind enough to take a picture of me during one of my presentations:


While I didn’t spend enough time this year at the event to really produce a great blog post with lots of pictures, I did have a great, if not brief experience, as I always have.  I’d like to thank everyone at ODTUG for their hard work putting together a great conference.  I’d also like to thank all of the volunteers that take time out of their year to help ODTUG put this event together.  Finally, I’d like to thank all of the presenters that spend countless hours putting together amazing content year after year.


With Kscope16 in the history books, it is now time to set our focus on Kscope17.  We will be back at the JW Marriott in San Antonio, Texas.  Those of you who attended Kscope12 may remember this venue.  I’ve been to seven Kscope venues and by far the JW has been my favorite.  It has a great water park for the family and great golf.  I’ll be working hard for the next few months to have a set of abstracts submitted so that I can attend again next year.  Ok…so I’ll probably wait until the day before abstracts are due to actually do this, but I’m going to TRY to do it in advance for a change.  By now everyone is already back home (or back on the road) after safe travels.  See everyone next year!

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