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  • August 5, 2013

Oracle ADF at Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco 2013

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

If you are an Oracle ADF developer you should start planning on attending Oracle OpenWorld this year NOW!

We are lining up a great set of seminars that aim to provide new technical content to both the novice and the expert developer. A live complete list of Oracle ADF activities at OOW is here.

At last count there are close to 40 sessions focusing on Oracle ADF in the conference this year.

That's about 7 sessions every day for you attend - and that is not counting all the other topics that Oracle OpenWorld covers and that can be relevant to your daily work.

Some of the highlights of the event include:

Special Sunday user forum presented by ODTUG in collaboration with the Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group. Featuring back to back sessions by experts in the community covering best practices and new techniques. Read more here.

(And also don't miss the ADF EMG get together that Oracle sponsors on Saturday night).

Monday will feature a keynote by Chris Tonas who leads the Oracle Java Development Tools organization giving a state-of-the-union overview of where we are and where we are going next.

Multiple hands-on labs - covering ADF Mobile, Data Visualization Components, ADF in Eclipse and more.

Demo ground where you can come and ask your questions and get answers directly from the product management team.

Lots of sessions covering everything from the "how to get started" through in-depth technical topics all the way to best practices and architecture tips.

Of course there are also the usual set of Oracle OpenWorld parties, with the Wed evening appreciation event featuring both Maroon 5 and The Black Keys. More about that show here.

Together with the great networking opportunities with your peers and with Oracle ACEs and Oracle personal, this is indeed becoming a must-attend event for Oracle ADF professionals.

See you in San Francisco.

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