Open World is barely a month away! I'll be heading there early for some Oracle ACE briefings and the like... I'm normally a "broadcast only" Twitter user, but when I'm at conferences I check it all the time, and tweet with location services on. If you want to meet up, just message me!
I have a couple of sessions this year... unfortunately they are all on Thursday! Dang it! I was hoping to leave the conference early -- since Michelle and I are having our first kid, and her due date is a few weeks after Open World. Alas, the scheduling gods were not with me:
- Session: 10843
- Creating a Global E-Commerce Site with Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Fusion Middleware
- Thursday, 12:00 PM, Intercontinental - Intercontinental Ballroom B
- Session: 9539
- Integrating ECM into Your Enterprise: 5 Techniques to Try and 5 Traps to Avoid
- Thursday, 03:00 PM, Intercontinental - Telegraph Hill
I know picking Open World sessions can be a bit of a baffling ordeal... so if you're pressed for time, I'll suggest a few tips. If you want to see WebCenter based content, check out the WebCenter partner sessions. Lots of good stuff there. If you're curious about non-WebCenter products but don't know where to start, I'd recommend the Oracle ACE sessions over just about everything else. ACE sessions are a good bet: speakers are usually very knowledgeable, very passionate, and very excited to share what they know. Translation: minimal marketing fluff. You don't get the title "Oracle ACE" by being a self-promoting fool!
Well... at least most of the time Oracle ACE's aren't self-promoting fools... there are exceptions.