Miracle Scotland Database Forum 2007 (MSDBF2007)
Venue: Edinburgh Castle
|Event Date/Time: May 29, 2007||End Date/Time: May 31, 2007|
|Registration Date: May 25, 2007|
This will be the most prestigious meeting of Oracle specialists that has ever taken place not only in Scotland, but in the entire UK. It will have one special stream running over the three days, ensuring that our delegates will never have to choose between hearing one expert and missing another.
The speakers for this special event have been drawn from the UK, Europe and North America, many making long journeys especially to be present. Eighteen sessions in total have been scheduled, to be addressed by world experts in their fields. Our speakers include Jonathan Lewis & James Morle from the UK, Dan Fink from Denver USA, Kurt Van Meerbeeck from Belgium, Bill (Shrek) Thater from Texas USA, Joze Senegacnik from Slovenia, Alex Gorbachev from Ottawa Canada, Doug Burns from Edinburgh, Tuomas Pystynen from Finland, Carel-Jan Engel & Anjo Kolk from The Netherlands, and CEO of Miracle A/S Copenhagen Mogens Nørgaard. Our special guest speaker is Dave Ensor, well known for many years as an outstanding speaker and specialist in Oracle technology. All are very experienced speakers, having addressed conferences in many parts of the world over many years.
The event will open at The Whisky Heritage Centre on the evening of 29 May 2007with a couple of technical sessions in the Centre, following which there will be a guided tour, a tutored whisky tasting session, and a general opportunity to socialise and network, all within the exclusive environment of the Heritage centre.
The following day will be a full series of technical sessions, in the Queen Anne Building in Edinburgh Castle. The evening relaxation will commence with refreshments courtesy of Miracle Beer (especially imported from Denmark), served on the Castle battlements. The highlight of the evening will be a grand Gala Dinner, to be addressed by our guest of honour, Dave Ensor. This will be followed by a ceilidh, together with an opportunity of a private tour of the Crown Jewels and Stone of Destiny.
The last day will be another full one, with sessions commencing at 09:00 running through to 17:00 in the Queen Anne Building. Following this will be a last opportunity to explore Edinburgh Castle, until it closes 18:30pm.
Because of the space constraints within the Queen Anne Building, we have reluctantly had to limit total attendance figures to 100 participants (including speakers). It is recommended that early booking is made to ensure your place at what will undoubtedly be the highlight of the year, not just for the Scottish or UK Oracle community, but for the world wide Oracle community as a whole.