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NWOUG provides a variety of opportunities to learn about current and upcoming Oracle technologies.


Please continue to visit the Events page to learn about upcoming NWOUG/Oracle sponsored lunch-and-learns, conferences, and other educational events, as well as training, conferences, and events offered by Oracle Corporation and other Oracle user groups.  Except for our big annual all-day Training Day events, typically all of the other events throughout the year are free for members!  (Non-members can also attend these events for a nominal fee.)  All a member has to do is attend a couple of events and their membership is paid for!  And that does not even take into account the educational and networking benefits gained from attending!


NWOUG offers networking opportunities through the trainings and events we sponsor; we also encourage online interaction through our Forums available to our members. Join in discussions related to Oracle products, strategic direction, and staffing or post your own discussion topic to obtain the benefit of the collective knowledge and experience of the NWOUG community.


NWOUG members have access to the Documents page where Oracle related articles and presentations can be viewed and downloaded.

Members Only

The members-only section of NWOUG web site includes technical documents, articles and presentations. Moreover, NWOUG members often receive discounts on training, event and conference registrations. 

Low Cost

NWOUG offers free membership for 2024-2025. We will be fully vendor sponsor funded.


Individual Membership: $40 (2024-2025 Free)


Group Membership - Receive a discounted rate for groups of 5 or more

Corporate   5: $160 (2024-2025 Free)
Corporate  10: $320 (2024-2025 Free)
Corporate  15: $480 (2024-2025 Free)
Corporate 20+: $650 (2024-2025 Free)

And More...

Steve Lemme, an Oracle Master DBA and accomplished architect, lends his advice as a magazine columnist, blogger, and is a leader in his local Arizona Oracle Users Group and the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG). Steve is a true believer in user groups, and credits user group mentoring with several good decisions in his career. He believes that joining one can make you better at using the technology.

Watch an interview with Steve Lemme and Jeff Erickson, Senior Tech Editor at Oracle Publishing: