Welcome to the WA Branch of the Australian Oracle User Group.

The West Australian State Branch of AUSOUG provides some of the country's most compelling member services.

We run regular monthly meetings for Oracle technologists based on actual user experience with topics ranging from Developer to DBA to Applications.

We will try to mix the seminars between breakfasts and beer & pizza afternoons.  The location may also vary from the Oracle Office in West Perth to various locations within the CBD. 

Occasionally we'll schedule half or full day workshops with special guests.  We always work with our partners to bring content that's current and relevant to you.

Not sure if you are a member, or want to become a member? Please click on Membership or go to the Forgotten Password page http://www.ausoug.org.au/pages/forgotpwd

We look forward to welcoming you to our next event.

AUSOUG WA is onTwitter

 Follow the West Australian branch on twitter @AUSOUG_WA


Student Membership

Are you currently attending university or TAFE?
Would you like to get a sneak peek into the real world?
Would you like the first nips at potential graduate positions in the local community?
Then contact Ursula about benefits AUSOUG offers to students.

Perhaps you're at Edith Cowan, Murdoch, UWA, or possibly learning about Oracle in specific training programmes. Early user group involvement can really help move things along.
If you have any ideas on helping us get in contact with students you work with, please let us know.


February 2019

No events scheduled.

January 2019

No events scheduled.

December 2018

No events scheduled.

December 2017

No events scheduled.

February 2017

No events scheduled.

January 2017

No events scheduled.


WA AUSOUG Perth breakfast meeting. Connor McDonald presenting

Where: Oracle Perth Office - 9/225 St Georges Terrace, PERTH WA 6000
When: Wednesday, October 03, 2018 07:30am - 09:00am
RSVP: By Friday 28th September, using the buttons below or emailing vicepresident.wa@ausoug.org.au.
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The Oracle WA user group meetings are starting up again with a breakfast event starring Connor McDonald
This is a catered breakfast event so please register so we can get the catering numbers right
20 Years of Tips, Tricks and Technique by Connor McDonald
The skill set of a database practitioner is much more than what is read in the documentation, on blogs or on StackOverflow.  It is the knowledge from years of trial and error, experimentation and, sometimes, painful failures.  The problem is it takes time - a long, long time - to build that experience.  This session aims to fast-track that path.  Get a collection of hints, tips, features and techniques picked up from 20 years in the Oracle landscape.
About the Presenter
Connor is one of the faces behind Ask Tom, Oracle's high traffic web site with solutions to your head scratching problems
Connor McDonald is a former Oracle Ace Director, now SQL Advocate for Oracle, and over the past 18 years, has worked with systems in Australia, the UK, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and the United States. He has co-authored three books, and has been a popular speaker at Oracle conferences around the world, specialising in topics regarding the database engine and PL/SQL. He has twice won the Inspirational Speaker award by the UK Oracle User Group in 2009 and 2011.
Don't forget to register! 


Want to see more happen in WA for the Oracle community?  If you have a topic you would like to present, or know of someone interested in presenting, just contact one of the committee members or conferencemanager@ausoug.org.au and we will add it to the list. 

Alternatively, if you would like us to organize a presentation on a topic, contact us and we will work to make it happen.


The support of our State Partner is much appreciated.



Note: all email is suffixed by @ausoug.org.au

Email: president.wa
Vice President
Trevor Williams
Email: vicepresident.wa
Alwyn Woo
State Web Page Administrator
Matthew Carrigy
Scott Hollows
Eddie Phan
Gordon Thomas
Mark Randell
Student Co-ordinator
Ursula Rogaunig