Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9th, 2013
Somagjiguda, Hyderabad INDIA
We will accept papers on any topic related to Oracle, Linux, Solaris, Oracle Applications, Weblogic and Java, We are not limiting to just performance tuning and optimization. Please follow the following guidelines and links to submit your papers
Similar to all user group conferences around the world, speakers selected will get free registration. Travel, accommodation and expenses will be the responsibility of the speakers.
Please note that presentations should not have sales or marketing content. This is a users conference and should have technical value to the attendees. Presentations containing any kind of sales or marketing information will be disqualified.
Important Dates for Speakers:
- Deadline to submit abstracts : May 30th 2013
- Deadline to notified : July 15th 2013
- Deadline to submit white papers : September 16th 2013
- Deadline to submit Version 1 of your presentations: September 30th 2013
- Deadline to submit copies of presentations: October 25th 2013
Click here to submit your abstracts
Sangam13 will have five tracks..
- Technology Track (Database, RAC, ASM, Linux, Exadata, Exalogic, Cloud Computing etc)
- Developer Track (PL/SQL, Apex, Weblogic etc)
- Application Track ( EBS, OBIEE, Peoplesoft, Hyperion, Siebel etc)
- Java Track (JavaSE, JavaME, JavaEE)
- Oracle O/S Track (OEL, Virtualization, Solaris)
Guidelines to Submit White Paper
White papers will be published in the Sangam13 edition of Oracle Connect. Oracle Connect is a technical journal of AIOUG published quarterly. Guidelines to write papers for Oracle Connect can be found here.
Guidelines to Submit Presentations
- Place your name and presentation title on the first slide
- Use pages to list your credentials / bio so they know about you.
- For easy viewing from a distance, void using font size lower than 16
- Use minimum amount of text on each slide. Try to use 30 characters per line and 10 lines per slide
- Graphs often speak louder than words
- Avoid screen dumps it may not be visible from a distance
- Use lower case characters instead of CAPITALS, Use big and bold them to emphasize
- Avoid RED, as it tends to hide rather than highlight, yellow is a much better colour for highlighting
- Avoid dark coloured backgrounds with black text - it becomes hard to read
- All bibliographical references should be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the presentation article