If you’re attending OpenWorld (@oracleopenworld) in September, you’re probably starting to plan your schedule.
Trust me, this isn’t something you want to leave for the plane ride or the first day. This year, OpenWorld, Develop and JavaOne are all happening at once, September 19-23, and sheer volume of content is enormous.
With all that good stuff, you’ll want to map out a game plan. So, first thing, plan on making our session, “Web 2.0 Versus Enterprise 2.0: Lost in Translation” S313346 on Tuesday at 5 PM at the Marriott Marquis, Salon 7.
It’s an Easter Egg surprise because we won’t be presenting what’s in the session guide; our new working title is “WebCenter: A Web Developer’s Playground”. If you read here, you know that already.
If you like dynamic languages, you should check out Christopher Jones’ list of PHP, Perl and Ruby sessions, and if you really love the Ruby, you’ll want to make time for Raimonds’ (@rsim) Rails sessions.
Side note, I’ve not actually checked to see if these sessions conflict. So, yeah, hoping they don’t.
Today, I got an email pointing me to a list of Enterprise 2.0 sessions (pdf), featuring many WebCenter sessions given by our colleagues, and a couple sessions from friends of the ‘Lab Billy Cripe (@billycripe) and Bex Huff (@bex).
Definitely check out that list if E 2.0 is your bag.
Among the many new and interesting topics at this year’s OpenWorld are Open Office and Cloud Office, which came to us via the Sun acquisition. Here are a couple Cloud Office sessions I plan to attend:
- Oracle Cloud Office: The Open Standard Office Suite for Web and Mobile, S317346: Monday, September 20, 2:00PM, Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate C2
- Oracle Office: The Complete Open Standard Office Productivity System, S317344: Monday, September 20, 12:30PM, Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate C2
Have any sessions you can’t miss and want to share? Anything in our wheelhouse that I’ve missed?
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