January 8, 2016

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

Where in the world will Red Pill Analytics be this January? Heading to California of course! Our 2016 calendar is already filling up with great events and opportunites in the Analytics, Business Intelligence and OBIEE spaces and it all begins this month. We are joining leading experts in the industry at the BIWA Summit on […]

November 30, 2015

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by: KevinMcGinley

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News, Training

Recently, Red Pill Analytics announced an innovative new training simulation for those who not only want to learn how to use OBIEE 12c, but also want to learn how to use it effectively in the real world. We call this new training “The Jump Program,” named after a simulation program in our favorite move The Matrix. […]

October 13, 2015

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by: Kathryn Watson

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Categories: Red Pill News

“This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill — the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill — you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember: all I’m offering is the truth. Nothing more.” […]

September 30, 2015

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

Wouldn’t it be remarkable to find a group of people who use the same Oracle technologies, connect those people in meaningful ways, and build a community using those connections? Users could share tips, training, and real-world experiences, improving everyone’s technical capabilities, while building lasting relationships. Then… imagine if these groups had events where the community […]

August 5, 2015

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by: KevinMcGinley

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

A number of months ago I wrote a story on how Mike Riley reached out to myself and a few others to head-up ODTUG’s new Community initiative for the BI space. In that story, I talked about meet ups being one of the core areas of focus in 2015, but more specifically meetups that generate a sense of fun and […]

August 5, 2015

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by: KevinMcGinley

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Categories: Red Pill News

Red Pill Analytics announces that Crystal Walton and Lauren Prezby are joining the company as its new Operations Director and Creative Director, respectively. Crystal and Lauren are well-known in the Oracle community for their instrumental roles in cultivating the growth of the Oracle Development Tool User Group Community (ODTUG) over the last seven years. In […]

March 9, 2015

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by: KevinMcGinley

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Categories: Red Pill News, Tips

At Kscope14, ODTUG announced that they would be rebranding the special interest groups (SIGs) into ODTUG Communities to reflect the growing focus on the people-aspect of ODTUG. Networking, connections, and friendship all make ODTUG the powerful force that it is today and there’s no greater satisfaction than connecting with like-minded individuals on all topics person and professional. This renewed focus […]

January 16, 2015

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Red Pill News, Tips

Recently, my former colleague Robin Moffatt authored a blog post about approaches to Concurrent RPD Development, where he discussed some of the technical challenges around trying to use MDS XML as a core OBIEE repository development strategy. As usual, Robin’s attention to detail was spot-on, and he does a really nice job detailing some of the […]

October 23, 2014

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: General, Red Pill News

I’m the Best Choice for the ODTUG Board If you know me well, then the title of this story shouldn’t surprise you. I’m not short on confidence (okay… pun intended). But let’s face it, everyone running for the board believes they are the best choice for ODTUG, or they wouldn’t waste the time and effort. […]

August 7, 2014

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by: KevinMcGinley

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Categories: General, Red Pill News

Stewart and I have both conducted training frequently in our past lives, so one of the things we wanted to include within Red Pill Analytics’ offerings is Oracle training. We’ve found over the years that boutiques tend to deliver a better training experience than Oracle because the trainers tend to be people with real world […]