Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Kscope 2012 Sessions and Discount Code

Sorry I haven't posted anything in the past month or so, but recently I have been spending all of my writing efforts on some material for an upcoming book.  Thankfully, my writing on that project is now complete and I hope to spend more time writing here.

Since I posted last, I have learned I will be giving two presentations at Kscope12.  On Monday, 6/25/2012, I will be presenting on the topic of Oracle Fusion Accounting Hub: Where Oracle Fusion and Essbase Become One.  I think this will be a very interesting session that talks about the strategic importance of Essbase in the Oracle Fusion stack.  On Thursday, 6/28/2012, I will be presenting Advanced Essbase Java API Tips and Tricks.  I have done this session at the last several Kscope conferences, but try to add new content each time.

This year, Kscope12 features four distinct Hyperion related tracks including tracks for Hyperion Applications, EPM Business Content, Essbase and Beginner Essbase.  The session schedule is now posted on the Kscope website at

If you have not yet registered for Kscope, register today and use the Applied OLAP discount code, AOLAP, to save $100 off your registration.  You can register for Kscope 2012 at  I am headed to the conference hotel tonight to help with conference planning and to participate in the ODTUG Board of Directors meeting.  In a previous board meeting, I voted for the selection of this property, the JW Marriott Hill Country, as the location for Kscope 2012 as I believe it will be a great place to learn and it will be a great place for families to play (while us tech people learn).   This will be my first visit to the property and I will let you know what I think.


Amit said...

Good Morning Sir,

nice to learn taht you are currently busy writing a book. Can you please share that what is this book all about, and by what time should we expect it to hit Indian market? Is it somewhat related to Hyperion?

Also can you please post something on how to associate formulas and calculation process in ASO applications; alongwith some of the references. It will be surely of great help.

Thanking you in advance and wishing you all the best.

Best Regards,

Tim Tow said...

Hi Amit,

I contributed a single chapter to the book which has not been officially announced yet. The book is focused on Essbase and I will blog about it when it is released. The book will have a chapter on hard core ASO topics.