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Looking forward to Oracle OpenWorld 2010

by Douwe Pieter van den Bos on August 6, 2010 · 1 comment

Reflections from the lounge

T minus 6 weeks. The anticipation for this years Oracle OpenWorld is kicking in. What can we expect? Are there things we cannot participate? What is the great unknown and which sessions are a must? All these questions for one great week in San Francisco.

Like all OpenWorlds before this one, there will be loads of sessions to attend (1800 and counting). Various dinner parties to attend. Open bars. And sailing trips on the bay (hopefully this year I won’t fill up my agenda that much, so I can finally actually go on the Oracle Catamaran… ). Let’s face it, I got a Blogger Pass and I’m an Oracle ACE, so I can attend pretty much everything. But it just might be too much. What’s worth the visit?

There are some promising sessions about Oracle Application Express 4.0, like one on JavaFX in combination with APEX and a session on Large APEX projects. Service Oriented Architecture is bigger than ever with sessions like one by my colleague Edwin Biemond about migrating from Forms to SOA.

Are there any sessions you think I really shouldn’t miss out on? I’m really looking forward to learn more about Enterprise 2.0, Architecture principles and more on this years Oracle OpenWorld.

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