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Monday, September 15, 2008

Oracle Openworld just around the Corner!

Oracle Openworld opens in San Francisco on Sunday 21st September.

Details of all the Keynotes can be found here and those not able to travel to the US for the show will be able to watch keynotes by Larry Ellison, Charles Phillips, Thomas Kurian, Paul Otellini and Mark Hurd among others will play live on the web but will also be archived for later viewing.

Note in particular that James Carville - the election strategist credited with Bill Clinton election success in 1992, will be opening the conference on Sunday evening.

For those heading out to San Francisco next week, the following ANZ presentations will be worth attending:

  • West Australian Dept of Educ (WADET) speaking on the use of Oracle L360 for 800 schools across 2.5m kms - 24th September at 1pm at Westin hotel.
  • Australian Oracle ACEs and bloggers Chris Muir and Marcel Kratochvil presenting at the Openworld Unconference on "ADF Methodology" and "Using PL/SQL Conditional Compilation" respectively on wednesday 24th September at 9am (Overlook I and II) in The Moscone Centre, Level 4
  • Australian Oracle Certified Partner, Seertech, is presenting on "BPO: Beyond the Obvious" on Tuesday 23rd September at 12.30pm in Moscone West Room 3018 and also on "Learning Management Outsourcing" Wednesday September 24th at 5pm Moscone West Rm 3018
  • Newly arrived Oracle ACE and blogger Alex Gorbachev presenting on "Under the Hood of Oracle Clusterware" on Monday 22nd September

For those not attending, the following online assets will help you get the most from the show fromn the comfort of your desk:

1. Openworld Twitter Feed
2. ANZ Openworld Twitter Feed
(Twitter users will be able to follow all discussion around Openworld by searching Twitter search - for #openworld08)
3. Openworld @ YouTube:
4. Openworld Blog
5. Openworld Home page

Watch this space for more news and highlights as the show unfolds next week!

1 comment:

Alex Gorbachev said...

Thanks for mentioning my presentation. It's actually on Sunday at 1pm. The session will last 90 minutes and it's in Moscone West, Room 2002.