Session Mania: Content Catalog & Suggest-a-Session

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As ably reported in the Oracle Technology Network blog, the Oracle Develop Conference's content catalog is now public (as are the catalogs for JavaOne and Oracle OpenWorld), meaning you can now explore technical sessions scheduled for the conf to your heart's content.

"But something's missing", you may tell yourself. "Where is my favorite subject, the one I happen to also be an expert on?" Well, there's good news for you, too: The Suggest-A-Session project has returned.

It works thus: Submit a session idea via Oracle Mix and ask your colleagues, Oracle Mix community, friends and anyone else you know to vote for your session. (You must be an Oracle Mix member to vote.) Voting is open through June 20. For the most part, the top voted sessions will be selected for the Oracle Develop Conf (or Oracle OpenWorld) official agenda. See the FAQ for fine print.


Apparently some people have already jumped into this loophole, including Oracle ACE Marco Gralike, who has "gone video" on us:


Why wait? Suggest-a-session!
Comments:

blogs.oracle.com's done it once more! Amazing read.

Posted by Karen Bower on June 14, 2010 at 01:50 PM BST #

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