Oracle(r) OpenWorld San Francisco 2006 to Feature Customer-Focused Programs That Offer Attendees Better Information and Better Value
New Oracle Develop Program Joins Popular JD Edwards Program, Oracle PartnerNetwork Forum and X-Treme
REDWOOD SHORES, CALIF. 20-SEP-2006 Customers and partners will gain access to a wide range of specialized programming at the upcoming Oracle(r) OpenWorld San Francisco conference, to be held October 21-26, 2006, at Moscone Center. Oracle will offer the new Oracle Develop program, in addition to other popular programming including Oracle’s JD Edwards Program, the Oracle PartnerNetwork Forum, and X-Treme. These focused, breakout programs will allow attendees to create customized agendas that fit with their individual business needs and desired knowledge areas, enabling conference-goers to derive better information and better value from OpenWorld.
X-Treme, an exclusive two-day program to be held October 21-22, in Moscone West, will consist of highly technical, deep-dive content. X-Treme will offer twelve tracks covering topics such as Oracle Database 10g, Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and much more. Oracle Applications and Server Technologies experts will be on hand to guide attendees through a series of intense workshops. The program will also provide in-depth training on content that will not covered in the main OpenWorld agenda. For more information on X-Treme, visit:
Oracle Develop, the premier developer program, will be held at the Hilton San Francisco from October 23-25. Designed to enable participants to advance their development skills and expand their knowledge, this three-day program will offer participants over 120 sessions and hands-on labs, developed and presented by world-leading experts who will share their knowledge on how to simplify development using popular technologies like Java, .NET, XML, and PL/SQL, as well as Ajax, PHP, Spring, Groovy, and more. Oracle Develop attendees will also have a first-hand opportunity to gather knowledge directly from industry-leading technologists, developers, and pundits including:
* Thomas Kurian, Senior Vice President, Oracle;
* Brian Behlendorf, Founder and CTO, CollabNet;
* Lonneke Dikmans, Senior Consultant, Xebia;
* Dr. Paul Dorsey, Founder and President, Dulcian, Inc.; and,
* Peter Koletzke, Technical Director, Quovera, and many more.
For registration and more information on Oracle Develop, visit:
Oracle’s JD Edwards Program
This year’s JD Edwards Program, which will run from October 25-26 at the Hilton San Francisco, will educate JD Edwards World and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers on topics including best business and technical practices, product updates, planning for Oracle Fusion, upgrade tips and techniques and practical information from customers and partners about running a successful business. Attendees can to choose from more than 150 sessions delivered by Oracle experts, customers and partners and provides the opportunity to meet and talk with JD Edwards product and support experts. For registration and more information on the JD Edwards Program, visit:
Oracle PartnerNetwork Forum
The Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) Forum will be held on Sunday, October 22 at the Marriott San Francisco Hotel, and is followed by the North America Oracle Titan Awards Ceremony and Oracle PartnerNetwork Reception. The annual Titan Awards Ceremony recognizes partner excellence in a number of solution-based categories. For more information on Oracle PartnerNetwork Forum, visit:
For more information on Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco, visit:
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