Registration for Oracle OpenWorld 2008 is officially open. The massive conference is back in its Fall timeslot, September 21-25, 2008 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
This year’s shindig will include large doses of Mix, as previously teased. We’re planning to deploy some new features built by our friends at ENTP later this week (fingers crossed).
Of course, we hope to see all your happy faces there, but even if you can’t make it to OpenWorld in person, you can stay involved and follow online. We’ll be using Twitter (natch) at the conference, and there will be loads of virtual ways to participate. Here are a few:
- Join the Mix OpenWorld Group
- Read the OpenWorld Blog
- Track the OpenWorld Wiki
People are already asking me about a blogger program for this year’s conference. If you recall, last year’s program caused quite the kerfluffle. I really know nothing about this, since it will be handled by Marketing, just like last year. I hope they will renew the program this year.
The ‘Lab will be there this year, as far as I know. We’ll keep you updated on any sessions and events we’re attending, formal and informal, as the days count down to September.
Until then, feast on the virtual goodness.