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My session at #AIOUG #Sangam16 – Transition from Oracle DBA to Big Data Architect

Big thanks to all those who turned up for my early morning session on Saturday Nov 12th, 2016. I know it was a tough call after a week’s work but thanks for making the right decision. A full-house is an extreme delight for a speaker.

You can download the session deck either from the Sangam website or from the link below.


I hope the session was useful to all. If you have any doubts or comments, feel free to comment below. If you have a feedback on the session, I would surely love to hear.

I love to feature in AIOUG conferences and events; Sangam being one of them. In addition to attending session, we get a chance to meet and greet the geeks and techies from around the world. I must confess that I get to meet many of them only at events like this. While I was fortunate to meet Arup Nanda, Syed Jaffer Hussain, Aman, Nassyam, Sai, Satyendra, Kuassi Mensah, I had a pleasure of spending time with Oracle colleagues and many others during these two days.

Sangam 2016 was huge; it continues to grow by a fold. 100+ session in two days and distinguished speakers from all over the world. Thanks to AIOUG team and volunteers who coordinated and managed the event fairly well.

Thanks again!

Saurabh K. Gupta

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