Around the World
By stephen.fox on Oct 30, 2009
The Word from the Web - 10/30/2009
We're still scaring up what a lot of you are sharing about what you saw, heard, and learned at Oracle OpenWorld 2009. Take a look at our latest finds from the Web in this week's Around the World. If you have some tricks or treats to share about the show, let us know in the comments.
Oracle Open World 09 from a Newbie, Part 2
Oracle DBA and first-time attendee George Woods is putting together a few posts about his trip to San Francisco for the show. We got a mention in part one, and we're looking forward to part 3.
Reflections on a Different OpenWorld
We found the OracleBIBlog observations about the show refreshing. As long-time Oracle observers, it's nice to see the evolution of our product roadmap—and our presentation of it—from the eyes of show veterans.
NZ Developers Push Hard at OpenWorld
Rob O'Neill followed some independent software vendors from New Zealand to the Moscone Center. He put together a report for Computerworld about the return on their booth investments. See how they fared.
Banging on the Integration Drum
Malaysia's most widely-read English-language daily shares a great synopsis of our efforts to make your IT infrastructure work together flawlessly. From Oracle Exadata V2 to Oracle's JD Edwards ERP to the new Oracle Application Integration Architecture, writer Kelly Goh wraps it all together.
Oracle OpenWorld Fusion Apps Blogger Extravaganza
We found a large—and growing—collection of posts about Oracle Fusion Applications over at the InfoBox blog. Technical Director for HR Systems, Michael Krupa, has put together a great resource for perusing the variety of opinions out there. Give them a look, and share your own.
20 Amazing Pumpkin Carvings
Lastly—since some of you may be rushing to finish up your Halloween decorations before the first trick-or-treaters ring your bell—we thought we'd provide some inspiration for your pumpkin carving activities. We're particularly fond of the Iron Man design, for obvious reasons. Happy Halloween.