By user13093926 on Oct 07, 2014
Only 383 days to go.
What? You haven't downloaded the free Oracle OpenWorld mobile app yet? Get it today for your BlackBerry, Android, or iPhone.
The app delivers a flexible and convenient way to manage and organize your Oracle OpenWorld experience. With the app, you can access Schedule Builder, exhibitor listings, daily updates, and more, all from the convenience of your smartphone.
By Rich Schwerin
Join Us at Off the Grid & We'll Split The Check
Dear San Francisco, we love you. Yes, it's true. From the Golden Gate, North Beach, and Chinatown, to SOMA, Yerba Buena and beyond, your nearly 50 square miles are an ideal destination for Oracle OpenWorld 2011. So let us thank you, in some small gourmet way, San Francisco.
Join us this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, September 27, 28, and 29 at Off the Grid and we'll split the check!
Off the Grid is your roaming mobile food extravaganza that serves up delicious, high-vibe gourmet experiences,with all your favorite food trucks in one place. Here's where you can join us this week & we'll split the check:
So bring all your colleagues, friends, and family--and your appetite--and let us split the check. Just our small way of saying thank-you, San Francisco!
"One day if I do go to heaven, I'll look around and say, 'It ain't bad, but it ain't San Francisco.'" - Herb Caen
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You have until August 12, 2011 to save
By Tom Caldecott
The weeks have passed. And now, the end is near—only one day to go before the early-bird pricing for Oracle OpenWorld disappears. You have only one day to save US$500.
So register now for the premier technology event of 2011. And save on the opportunity to see new products and technologies. Save on gaining valuable information and expert tips to benefit your business and career.
Don't let this opportunity fly away. Buy, buy now.
Make Your Reservations—Now!
By Tom Caldecott
You’ve registered for Oracle OpenWorld 2011. There’s nothing more to do, right? Not so fast. You still need to reserve your seat for the sessions. And that’s where the online Schedule Builder comes in.
Use it to navigate the conference schedule. View detailed information on sessions and activities, including schedule updates and recommendations. Create a customized schedule, making reservations for the sessions that interest you most.
Plus, you can email your schedule to yourself, or print it in various formats including pocket-sized. And if the session is full, the system will notify you when space becomes available.
Seating is limited for many sessions, available on a first-come, first-served basis,so don’t be left out. Create your schedule now.
Early Bird registration extended through Friday, August 12, 2011
Remember when your professor gave you an extra two weeks to submit your term paper? Or how about the time your boss added two weeks to your project completion deadline? Doesn't sound familiar? Well here's a deadline extension you can really enjoy: Two more weeks to save $500. We've extended the Early Bird pricing through Friday, August 12, 2011.
That's right, it's not too late to sign up for Oracle OpenWorld and get US$500 off your registration. Sign up today and you’ll be set to attend one of the most exciting and largest technology events of the year.
Oracle OpenWorld is the most important educational and networking event of the year for Oracle technologists, customers, and partners, and it's the only conference that goes this deep and wide with Oracle technology, with thousands of sessions and hundreds of demos.
So whatever you do, don't miss this once-a-year opportunity to join us for the latest-breaking news, trends, and innovations from Oracle. Register by the extended Early Bird deadline of August 12th and save $500.
Early Bird registration ends this Friday, July 29, 2011
By Ida Gamban
It’s not too late to sign up for Oracle OpenWorld and get US$500 off your registration. Sign up today and you’ll be set to attend one of the most exciting and largest technology events of the year.
Oracle OpenWorld is designed specifically for Oracle technologists, customers, and partners, which means it’s the absolute best place to learn about and explore what you need most to help you get ahead in your business. You can hear several exciting keynotes from Oracle luminaries firsthand. See hundreds of state-of-the-art demos. Attend your choice of strategic sessions from the thousands available. And participate in exclusive network opportunities.
This is your once-a-year opportunity to join us for the latest-breaking news, trends, and innovations from Oracle. From applications, databases, middleware, and server and storage, to cross-stream, industries, and beyond, it’s all here, so don't miss it.
Save $500: Register Today
So don't miss out: Register by the Early Bird deadline of July 29th and save $500.
Seven full hours with scores of educational sessions, capped by It's a Wrap!
Would you leave in the eighth inning of a World Series no-hitter? Excuse yourself before the last act of that acclaimed Broadway production? Make a hasty departure during a World Cup Final shootout? Not likely. So whatever you do, don't leave Oracle OpenWorld 2011 early.
Oracle OpenWorld 2011 begins Sunday, October 2nd, and it lasts all the way through Thursday, October 6th. In fact, Thursday offers a full day of sessions, so you can fill your schedule with classroom learning from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
When it's over, It's a Wrap! is your chance to connect with partners, industry leaders, and peers for one last time before you head for home. Gather at Yerba Buena Gardens from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and help us close out Oracle OpenWorld 2011 with the best of San Francisco food and entertainment.
So as you make your travel arrangements for Oracle OpenWorld 2011, remember, it doesn't end until 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 6th. So pick a later flight. Or better yet, extend your stay and visit the Bay Area an extra day or three.
Save $500: Register Today
Check out all the great content and speakers lined up for Oracle OpenWorld 2011 and join us in San Francisco, October 2-6. We'll even help you make your case on why you should attend Oracle OpenWorld 2011, so register by the Early Bird deadline of July 29th and save $500.
Register Now for Oracle OpenWorld 2011
Here's a smart way to save big on Oracle OpenWorld. Just sign up during Early Bird registration, which is going on right now. You'll enjoy our biggest discount--$500--plus ensure your spot at the world's most exciting and prestigious technology conference of 2011.
So visit the Oracle OpenWorld 2011 registration page today. Signing up just takes seconds. And, the earlier you register, the earlier you'll get access to valuable information and tools that can help you make the most of your time at Oracle OpenWorld. While you're registering, you can also sign up for JavaOne and save hundreds more!
Oracle OpenWorld will feature more innovative sessions, demos, and exhibitions
than ever--all created by and for Oracle business and technology users. So get ready to learn the latest techniques for optimizing enterprise networks, gain the inside scoop on technology breakthroughs, and meet with the strategists and developers who can help you propel your company into a more successful future. Register now for Oracle OpenWorld, October 2-6 and we'll see you in beautiful San Francisco!
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