There’s always something to learn – for example about Oracle RAC (Real Application Clusters) and Dataguard. And the old-school frontal teaching concept is boring, and more important, ineffective after a few hours of passive listening. So the German Oracle Users Group DOAG organized a “noon2noon” event: “Oracle RAC and Dataguard” this week in Würzburg (January 2 1st-22nd 2016). It was the second noon2noon, after introducing the concept last year with Oracle vs. MySQL. I enjoyed it much last time, so I easily agreed to volunteer as a RAC Attack “Ninja” and tech guy on site for the workshops in general this year.
The response was close to overwhelming – we calculated 25 participants, but ended up with 39, and a PACKED room. Somebody called it a chicken cage, but the atmosphere was great. Thanks to the air condition. :)
But what’s that noon2noon thing?