OpenWorld 2010: call for papers begins on March 2...
By Klaker-Oracle on Feb 21, 2010
This is a quick "heads-up" ...Now is a great time to start thinking about possible papers/presentations you would like to submit for this years OpenWorld (San Francisco, Sept 19-23) because the call for papers will start on March 2 and close on March 21. We want to see as many data warehouse presentations as possible at this year's conference so I would encourage you to start planning right now.
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.
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:
The key dates for this year's conference are as follows:
|Open Call for Papers||Tuesday, March 2|
|Close Call for Papers||11:59 p.m. PDT on Sunday, March 21|
|Speaker invitations sent||Tuesday, May 18|
|Decline paper notifications sent||Wednesday, May 19|
|Oracle OpenWorld 2010 and JavaOne + Develop||Sunday-Thursday, September 19-23|
You can get more information from the OpenWorld "Call For Papers" site, which is here:
As soon as the link is live (on March 2) I will send out a reminder. Good luck everyone!