JavaOne and Oracle Develop Unconference

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Brainstorm with experts! In addition to the power packed "official" sessions of JavaOne and Oracle Develop, there will be an unconference that runs in conjunction with the main conference from Monday-Thursday at the Parc 55 hotel.

What to expect at this unconference?
If you want to lead a session, you can register your session in the currently open three tracks at unconference website write an abstract to get others interested in your session.One track out of four is open during the conference and you will be able register your session onsite.

You are expected to participate. Contribute to an open discussion, speak freely, share ideas and interact in an informal setting. You will discover how much you can learn from and share with your peers. You attend sessions as you like or (even better), lead an unconference session on a technical subject of your choice and get instant feedback and ideas from your peers.

What Are the Session Topics?
The unconference sessions can cover any subject related to Oracle technologies and the IT industry. Community members are planning on discussing cloud computing, databases, women in IT, virtualization, Solaris and much more. ACEs and ACE Directors are leading some of those sessions and sharing their first-hand experiences. Just on Monday morning, two ACEs and experts in database management - Karam Agayev and Craig Shallahamer - will discuss, respectively, RMAN 11g new features and internal serialization control. That same morning, ACE director Michael Rulf, expert in middleware and SOA, will talk about cloud computing in an ERP ecosystem.

Who can join?
All full conference registrants at JavaOne and Oracle Develop are welcome.

How to learn about unconference sessions?
Visit the unconference website for the schedule and write the abstracts to learn more about the sessions.

See you in September!

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