Go Big or Go Home

The Oracle Develop conference
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(#oracledevelop10), being co-located for the first time ever with JavaOne in San Francisco, is guaranteed to be the ultimate rush for developers this year. Where else can you go to learn about, interact with, and meet fellow devotees of the entire Oracle Development stack (welcome, Oracle Solaris)?



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This will also be the first time that the community space traditionally located at Oracle OpenWorld - and hosted by Oracle Technology Network, as always - will be present at the "developer" conference during this busy week. So, Oracle OpenWorld's loss is Oracle Develop's gain.

And what a community space it will be: nearly 4,000 10,000 square feet for meeting space, contests and give-aways, consumption of various beverages, special speakers (Oracle ACEs among them, no doubt), and video-casting. The entire Oracle Technology Network crew will be on hand to "facilitate" your experience, of course. Even better, you can rub shoulders and share war stories with
attendees from that "other" conference, JavaOne. (You have access to both conferences as a single package, so you may be having a conversation with yourself.)

We call the whole enchilada "The Zone".

As time goes on, we'll bring you more news about the activities described above, as well as OTN Night (which proves to be more raucous than ever), technical sessions and keynotes not to be missed, the unconference/open sessions, things to do at night, and more. In the meantime, stay in touch with us via Twitter or Oracle Mix.
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Is there space for foreigners and how do i go about it. John akadi ocp

Posted by John akadi on June 03, 2010 at 11:14 AM BST #

I recently got nailed by the inspector for because I only had 1 to 2 inches of stone under a partition of paving instead of the 4" required. My question is, what is the 4 inches of stone for anyway? I was always taught that it was for drainage, to move water away from under the slab. If you use compacted crusher run, what's the difference between that and compacted red dirt?

Posted by Engineering Services on June 17, 2010 at 01:45 AM BST #

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