About the Twin Cities Oracle Users Group

Welcome to the Twin Cities Oracle Users Group. TCOUG is a not for profit organization dedicated to sharing Oracle expertise and experiences. TCOUG provides excellent educational and networking opportunities to Oracle professionals in the Minneapolis and St. Paul metropolitan area, with its roots dating back to the 1980's.

Member quarterly meetings are held at various locations around the Twin Cities. High quality seminars are conducted by professionals in their field of expertise on a wide range of Oracle related topics. There are opportunities for members to network with peers, exchange ideas, discuss issues and experiences throughout the day.

Take time out of your busy schedule four times a year to increase your knowledge, meet other Oracle professionals, ask presenters questions and add value to your skill set with the best practices learned.

Members receive our newsletter, are eligible for discounts at a couple local training companies, and are eligible for meeting prizes.

TCOUG is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We only have access to/collect information that you voluntarily give us via email or other direct contact from you. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone. TCOUG Privacy Statement.

SIG Meetings

The TCOUG SIG meetings are member driven. You decide what the topic should be and how frequent. The Special Interest Groups are deeper dives into topics such as, RMAN, High Availability and Performance Tuning. This forum may have an agenda and presentation, but is intended to be free flowing for open discussions and flexibility.

Becoming a TCOUG member

If you would like to become a member of the Twin Cities Oracle Users Group, submit your member registration form. You will be notified of the next meeting date along with additional membership information.

Volunteer Opportunities

Members are encouraged to share their experiences with others; by providing articles for the newsletter, presenting a SIG topic, presenting a topic at the quarterly meeting, or volunteering for a board position. See current volunteer opportunities