Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest is the capital and the largest city of Romania. The legend says that the name Bucureşti (Bucharest) comes from a shepherd named Bucur – that name literarily means “joy” – who founded the city on the banks of the Dambovita River. Known as Little Paris during the period between the two World Wars, Bucharest becomes today a very interesting mix of old and new: finding a 300 year old church, a steel-and-glass office building and Communist-era apartment blocks next to one another is a common sight. Bucharest is the place where you can find probably the most controversial building in Romania: The Palace of the Parliament (Casa Poporului). This is the largest Parliament building in the world and the second largest building in the world, after Pentagon.
In this dynamic and energetic city, where EU meets Balkans and Middle East,  Romanian Oracle User Group (RoOUG) starts its activity in 2012.
RoOUG is dedicated to providing the Oracle user community with relevant information about Oracle products and technologies through webinars, articles and events. RoOUG encourages Oracle users to share their knowledge through blogs, articles and books, thus creating a strong and respectable Romanian Oracle community.