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Thursday, August 03, 2006 

Oracle at KDD 2006

Bellcard The KDD (Knowledge Discovery in Databases) 2006 conference (conference website) is quickly approaching. KDD is one of the primary conferences on data mining. It will take place in Philadelphia from August 20 to 23.

This year Oracle is a Gold sponsor for the event and will have a significantly larger presence at the conference. I have heard that, among other things, Oracle will be sponsoring an Internet Cafe and handing out memory sticks at its booth.

I will be attending the meeting along with some other Oracle colleagues. For me it will be a trip down memory lane as I lived in Philadelphia for many years while attending the University of Pennsylvania.

I intend to post daily conference highlights. If you plan to attend KDD this year, stop by the Oracle booth.


Wow, this is a blog with substance. Doug Burns mentions it in the current Log Buffer.


Thanks Dave. Also thanks for the pointer to Doug's blog. I didn't know about it. Nice read.

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