OpenWorld 2010 Call for Presentations is Now Open
By chberger on Mar 08, 2010
The OpenWorld team has offically opened the "Create or View your Submissions" tab on the OpenWorld site so now is the time to start submitting your ideas for presentations for this years OpenWorld Conference. Ideally we are looking for papers from you that cover the following areas/topics: data warehousing, data services, real-time analytics, predictive analytics/data mining, exadata/database machine, OLAP, data quality and data integration.
If you are stuck for ideas and need some inspiration (for product areas, abstract titles etc etc), take a look at the list of presentations from last year's conference:
Remember, there is no better place than Oracle OpenWorld for you to present your data warehouse ideas, experiences, and accomplishments to the world's biggest gathering of Oracle Customers, Developers, Partners, peers from around the world, and the most-influential members of the media. Tens of thousands of the world's most active developers and most demanding users will be on hand to hear what you have to say.
To start submitting your ideas follow this link here (OpenWorld 2010 Call for Papers) and click on the tab "Create or View your Submissions". If this is the first time you have submitted a paper for OpenWorld then you will need to complete a short registration process.
If you have any questions, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck!