After an exiting day at Oracle OpenWorld yesterday with announcements about a new Oracle Partner program, the new Exadata Database machine, some toying and hassling towards Big Blue (IBM) and numerous drinks and chats during the Connect opening ceremony, we arrived at day two of Oracle OpenWorld 2009. For me, it promises to be a big one. A few months ago, as most of you know, my book on Oracle Forms to Application Express came out.
Today is the day I can finally show off a hard day’s (or: six months) of work to the public. At one ‘o clock I have a special session at the Oracle Unconference in Room 3. This is located at the third floor of Moscone West. During this session I will talk about productivity in a Forms to APEX conversion project. How can we make sure this type of project will be successful? And how can we track our progress and deliver the application without having to worry about unforeseen problems? You’re welcome to join me, all Oracle OpenWorld attendees can go to the Unconference sessions.
At three ‘o clock the next big thing happens, at least for me, at the Oracle Book Store on the second floor of Moscone West I will have a signing session of my book. Really am wondering who is reading (and / or buying) my book. How much interest is there in Oracle Forms to Application Express conversion? Feel a little bit weird about doing this, but we’ll have a blast!
See you at Moscone West this afternoon!