Mohamed Houri’s Oracle Notes

June 2, 2014

OTN Mena Tour 2014

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 9:26 am

This is a brief note to signal that it has been a great pleasure for me to participate in the first Oracle Technology Network Middle East and North Africa tour in Tunisia this may 2014. I prepared a presentation on Adaptive Cursor Sharing in English when few minutes before the start of my presentation the organisation committee asked me to service it in French. The majority of the audience seems not to be at its complete ease with Shakespeare Language. So it was my pleasure to do it in Molière language with few words in English for what seems to be the minority in this conference. The moral of the story is that the Oracle French community is growing so that it needs more than often to have expert speaking French.


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