My Days As an Oracle ACED : BGOUG

12 – 14 June save the date because it’s Bulgarian Oracle User group Events, this is my first time in Bulgaria and my first time as an oracle ACE director in any events :).

My Trip Planned to be from Jordan to Bulgaria – Sofia  and as usual i need to stop in one of world airport to reach my destinations first which i really hate because it’s wasting of time and tiring me.
my stop was in Frankfurt airport and to be there i had to spent 5-6 hours in the plane to reach there and then wait another 5 hours in the airport and reach Sofia 3 hours in the plane. but lucky me the plane is delayed in Jordan and i waited for 2 hours only :).
I reach Sofia but i was really exhaust and tired from traveling because my trip started early morning and it’s took us 2 hours to reach the hotel from the airport but even with this i have to thanks one of the best organizer i ever seen Milena Gerova She organized everything very well the hotels, the taxi, the appreciation events & sessions.
I had 2 presentation there about Fusion middleware and like usual i organized RAC ATTACK On Saturday, The audience was really amazing and asking very good questions. 
I had so much fun in Bulgaria and one of the best events i attended, simply it’s really Green every where you look it’s green, and I learned some Bulgarian dance  because i knew everyone in Bulgaria should dance 🙂 Even Tom Kyte was dancing,Svetoslav and Heli as well so why not ? 
It’s really nice to meet old friends and meeting new one  🙂 

Cheers
Osama Mustafa 

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