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Upcoming (2019) events:
  • APEX World, Mar 25-26, Rotterdam
  • APEX Alpe Adria, Apr 12, Zagreb
  • Kscope19, Jun 23-27, Seattle
Visited events:
    2018
  • ILOUG, Jan 22-23, Tel Aviv*)
  • OUG Norway, Mar 8-10, Oslo-Kiel-Oslo*)
  • APEX World, Mar 22-23, Rotterdam*)
  • MalagAPEX, May 31-Jun 1, Malaga*)
  • KScope, Jun 10-14, Orlando*)
  • POUG18, Sep 7-8, Gdansk*)
  • SIOUG, Oct 15-16, Portoroz, Slovenia*)
  • HROUG, Oct 16-19, Rovinj, Croatia*)
  • Oracle Open World / Oracle CodeOne, Oct 22-25, San Francisco*)
  • DOAG, Nov 20-22, Nuremberg*)
  • UKOUG Tech18, Dec 2-5, Liverpool*)

  • 2017
  • OUG Ireland, Mar 23-24, Dublin*)
  • APEX World, Mar 30-31, Rotterdam*)
  • APEX Connect, May 9-11, Berlin*)
  • KScope, Jun 25-29, San Antonio*)
  • POUG, Sep 1-2, Krakow*)
  • Oracle Open World, Oct 1-5, San Francisco*)
  • SIOUG, Oct 16-17, Portoroz, Slovenia*)
  • HROUG, Oct 17-20, Rovinj, Croatia*)
  • DOAG, Nov 21-23, Nuremberg*)
  • UKOUG Tech17, Dec 4-6, Birmingham*)

  • 2016
  • OUG Ireland, Mar 3-4, Dublin*)
  • APEX World, Mar 7-8, Rotterdam*)
  • APEX Connect, Apr 26-28, Berlin*)
  • BGOUG, Jun 3-5, Borovets*)
  • KScope, Jun 26-30, Chicago*)
  • Oracle Open World, Sep 18-22, San Francisco*)
  • Nordic ACED Tour, Oct 11-13, Copenhagen - Oslo - Helsinki*)
  • DOAG, Nov 15-17, Nuremberg*)
  • UKOUG Tech16, Dec 5-7, Birmingham*)

  • 2015
  • ODTUG Webinar, Feb 13, online*)
  • Riga Dev Day, Jan 22, Riga*)
  • OUG Norway, Mar 12-14, Oslo-Kiel-Oslo*)
  • OUG Ireland, Mar 19, Dublin*)
  • APEX World, Mar 25, Rotterdam(stand)
  • Kscope15, Jun 21-25, Hollywood (FL)*)
  • SIOUG, Oct 12-13, Portoroz, Slovenia*)
  • HROUG, Oct 13-16, Rovinj, Croatia*)
  • Oracle Open World, Oct 25-29, San Francisco
  • UKOUG Tech15, Dec 7-9, Birmingham*)

  • 2014
  • ODTUG Webinar, Feb 13, online*)
  • OUG Ireland, Mar 11, Dublin*)
  • APEX World, Mar 25, Zeist*)
  • OUG Norway, Apr 3 - 5, Oslo-Kiel-Oslo*)
  • APEX Usergroup Düsseldorf, Apr 29*) 
  • OUG Finland, Jun 5-6, Helsinki*)
  • Kscope Preview, Jun 12, Nieuwegein*)
  • ODTUG Kscope, Jun 22-26, Seattle*)
  • Oracle Open World, Sep 28 - Oct 2, San Francisco*)
  • Bulgarian Oracle User Group, Nov 14 - 16, Pravets*)
  • UKOUG Dec 8 - 10, Liverpool*)

  • 2013
  • OUG Ireland, Mar 12, Dublin*)
  • APEX World, Apr 9, Zeist*)
  • OUG Norway, Apr 17 - 19, Oslo-Kiel-Oslo*)
  • ODTUG's Expert Panel APEX, May 14, online*)
  • Planboard, May 28, Oracle NL*)
  • OUG Scotland, June 12, Linlithgow*)
  • ODTUG Kscope, Jun 23 - 27, New Orleans*)
  • ODTUG APEXposed!, Sep 10 - 11, Montreal*)
  • Oracle Open World, Sep 22 - 26, San Francisco*)
  • Bulgarian Oracle User Group, Nov 22 - 24, Plovdiv*)
  • UKOUG, Dec 2 - 4, Manchester*)

  • 2012
  • OUG Ireland, Mar 21, Dublin*)
  • OUG Norway, Mar 22 - 24, Oslo-Kiel*)
  • OUG Holland (OGH) APEX Day, Mar 26, Zeist (NL)*)
  • Collaborate, Apr 22 - 26, Las Vegas (NV)*)
  • Bulgarian Oracle User Group, May 11 - 13, Borovets*)
  • OUG Scotland 2012, Jun 13, Linlithgow*)
  • Oracle Open World 2012, Sep 30 - Oct 4, San Francisco*)
  • UKOUG 2012, Dec 3 - 5, Birmingham*)

  • 2011
  • UKOUG 2011*)
  • DOAG - German Oracle User Group*)
  • Oracle Open World
  • ODTUG Kaleidoscope*)
  • OBUG APEX SIG*)
  • ORCAN User Group*)
  • IOUG Collaborate*)
  • OGH APEX Dag*)

  • 2010
  • UKOUG Conference*)
  • ODTUG's APEXposed*)
  • Oracle Open World*)
  • ODTUG Kaleidoscope*)
  • OBUG APEX SIG*)
  • Oracle APEX symposium Dublin*)
  • IOUG Collaborate*)(canceled due to the volcano eruption in Iceland)
  • OGH APEX Dag*)

  • 2009
  • UKOUG Conference*)
  • Oracle Open World*)
  • ODTUG Kaleidoscope*)

  • 2008
  • UKOUG Conference*)
  • Oracle Open World*)
  • ODTUG Kaleidoscope

  • 2007
  • UKOUG Conference*)

  • 2006
  • Oracle Open World


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