More OpenWorld Blogger Updates

November 2nd, 2007 15 Comments

Dennis pinged me over Twitter asking for keynote details for OpenWorld. So, I figured rather than talk about the elephant in the room, i.e. OpenSocial about which I know nothing, honestly, I would avoid the subject.

First, the official OpenWorld Agenda and Show Guide is available here. This is exactly the same one you’ll get if you attend. So, if you’re coming to OOW, have a look at the show guide and start planning your time. If you’re not coming, think about using Twitter to find someone who is to fill you in on the skinny. More on that later.

To help save some time, Justin and I combed the guide to find sessions or keynotes that might interest bloggers. You can find it here. We will be adding to this document, so check back for updates.

I will keep blogging updates as they happen. We have a proposal for additional blogger activities that has made the approval rounds and should be publicly available soon.

Other interesting tidbits:

Stay tuned for more. If you’re having trouble with the registration or have questions, I am acting as an intermediary with PR, which is why I never have any answers right away.


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15 Responses to “More OpenWorld Blogger Updates”

  1. Rich Manalang - FriendFeed Says:

    postedMore OpenWorld Blogger Updateson Oracle AppsLab

  2. Anshu's Blog Says:

    Links: Follow OpenWorld via Twitter: twitter.com/otnatopenworld (and I will be twittering at twitter.com/anshublog ).Oracle Wiki (includes Blogger Program, OpenWorld Unconference) Jake also has someupdateson OpenWorld.

  3. Anshu's Blog Says:

    Links: Follow OpenWorld via Twitter: twitter.com/otnatopenworld (and I will be twittering at twitter.com/anshublog ).Oracle Wiki (includes Blogger Program, OpenWorld Unconference) Jake also has someupdateson OpenWorld.

  4. Justin Kestelyn Says:

    Get OpenWorld updates from OTN via Twitter: http://twitter.com/otnatopenworld

  5. Justin Kestelyn Says:

    Get OpenWorld updates from OTN via Twitter: http://twitter.com/otnatopenworld

  6. Ontario Emperor Says:

    If you use the “openworld07″ label on Blogger blogs, Technorati will capture it and use it as a tag. Presumably similar functions can be used on other blog types.

    If you use the “#openworld07″ hashtag on Twitter (I don’t think the # is necessary, but it’s nice), then your tweet can be found via Twitter’s track feature.

  7. Ontario Emperor Says:

    If you use the “openworld07″ label on Blogger blogs, Technorati will capture it and use it as a tag. Presumably similar functions can be used on other blog types.

    If you use the “#openworld07″ hashtag on Twitter (I don’t think the # is necessary, but it’s nice), then your tweet can be found via Twitter’s track feature.

  8. Paul Vallee Says:

    Bloggers might want to check out Pythian blogger Christo Kutrovsky – he’ll be premiering a new presentation on how 11g perfects features that were imperfectly present in prior releases of Oracle. It’s on Thursday at 2:30 in 304 Moscone South.

    Paul

  9. Paul Vallee Says:

    Bloggers might want to check out Pythian blogger Christo Kutrovsky – he’ll be premiering a new presentation on how 11g perfects features that were imperfectly present in prior releases of Oracle. It’s on Thursday at 2:30 in 304 Moscone South.

    Paul

  10. Jake Says:

    Thanks Ontario and Paul. I will add Christo’s session to the list.

  11. Jake Says:

    Thanks Ontario and Paul. I will add Christo’s session to the list.

  12. Kuassi Mensah Says:

    We also have a Ruby on Rails session Tuesday 11/13 @ 10:45am.
    See all PHP and Ruby on Rails activities at
    http://db360.blogspot.com/2007/10/what-is-going-on-at-oracle-open-world.html

  13. Kuassi Mensah Says:

    We also have a Ruby on Rails session Tuesday 11/13 @ 10:45am.
    See all PHP and Ruby on Rails activities at
    http://db360.blogspot.com/2007/10/what-is-going-on-at-oracle-open-world.html

  14. Shyam Varan Nath Says:

    Perhaps the OOW bloggers should create a Special Interest Group or SIG! The users group like IOUG, OAUG, ODTUG encourage like-minded users to create SIG’s.

  15. Shyam Varan Nath Says:

    Perhaps the OOW bloggers should create a Special Interest Group or SIG! The users group like IOUG, OAUG, ODTUG encourage like-minded users to create SIG’s.

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