Tom Kyte's Database Sessions at Oracle Develop and Oracle OpenWorld 2010

Follow Tom Kyte at Oracle Develop and Oracle OpenWorld 2010

Popular Oracle Database blogger and Oracle architect Tom Kyte will deliver the Oracle Develop keynote address and will be adding his voice to a rich Database track at Oracle OpenWorld. Don't miss his fun, informative sessions listed below.

To learn more about Tom's sessions and find others like them, go to the Oracle OpenWorld content catalog and type the Session ID into the Advanced Search feature.


Oracle Develop Database Keynote

What's New in Oracle Database Application Development?
Session ID: S319181
Tuesday, September 21, 4:30 pm, Hilton San Francisco, Grand Ballroom A & B
Tom Kyte takes a look at the new capabilities in the standard set of Oracle Database development tools, from Oracle SQL Developer to Oracle Application Express to Oracle Data Provider for .NET and PHP (among others). He also gives a general overview of what's been done in the last year of tools development.


Oracle OpenWorld Database Track

What Else Can I Do with System and Session Performance Data
Session ID: S317114
Wednesday, September 22, 9:00 am, Moscone South, Room 103
So you have access to information via Oracle Enterprise Manager and the management packs, but what else can you do with this data, beyond what is already exposed? You have a wealth of information in there--you just need to look at it, as you'll learn in this session.

What Do I Really Need to Know When Upgrading?
Session ID: S317113
Wednesday, September 22, 10:00am Moscone South, Room 103
Upgrading from release to release can be a scary proposition. Which features and options of Oracle Database do you need to be fully aware of and use in order to make the progression smooth? This presentation considers the who, what, where, and why of these features and options.

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