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Pete Finnigan's Oracle Security Weblog

This is the weblog for Pete Finnigan. Pete works in the area of Oracle security and he specialises in auditing Oracle databases for security issues. This weblog is aimed squarely at those interested in the security of their Oracle databases.

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UKOUG tomorrow

I will be at the UKOUG from tomorrow for all three days. I am looking forward to meeting lots of people that I generally only get to talk to on email or messenger some I have met before and some not. I will be going to the bloggers dinner tomorrow evening. Please come and say hello if you see me there. I will be doing session chairing at five talks and also trying to get along to as many others as I can and also wandering around the main hall booths. The talks I will be chairing are:

Monday Oct 31 - How to use 10g to make £9m in 6 hours by Martin Gill at 16:25
Tuesday 1 Nov - Web Application Security in J2EE by Frank Nimphius at 15:10
Tuesday 1 Nov - Data Guard, at what cost? by Carel-Jan Engel at 16:20
Wednesday 2 Nov - Snatches of Eternity by Niall Litchfield at 10:25
Wednesday 2 Nov - Fast track to using Oracle’s Wait Interface (OWI) for Tuning by Geoff Locke at 14:25

see you there!