In all of the hustle and bustle I've been going through to get ready for the conference, I haven't had a chance to write much. I'm thrilled that Oracle is, yet again, sponsoring the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.
While you're at the conference, stop in and see Sue Zwinger, VP of Oracle's Global Systems Technology Service Center, talk on "From Engineer to Executive" (Thursday, October 4, 11:30AM-12:30PM in BCC 307-308).
Gilda Garreton, Oracle Principal Software Engineer, is presenting twice: "Are We There Yet? Finding Your Career Sweet Spot" (Friday, October 5, 3:45-4:45PM in BCC: 307-308) and a Birds of a Feather slot: "Juggling our Different Worlds" (Friday, October 5, 5:15-6:15PM, BCC 314-315).
You'll be able to find me at the Oracle booth, the Grace Hopper Conference Communities Table, hosting a lunch time table talk on transitioning into management, or feverishly writing blog posts in many sessions.
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