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The Word from the Web - 08/15/08

world.jpgThe start of the world's largest professional IT conference is getting closer and closer. Are you ready? Oracle enthusiasts from across the globe are beginning to make their plans. Here are some blogs where you can see what fellow attendees are up to, refine your agenda, or just weigh in about your preparations.

Your. Open. World.
Alan MacKelworth & Co is the UK brokerage firm that goes by the name AMaC. In this post, they chat up the global efforts of design-build companies highlighted in Oracle OpenWorld's Embedded Track.

Oracle OpenWorld 2008
With just two months left before Oracle OpenWorld sessions start, software engineer and Oracle enthusiast Pawel Barut from Kraków, Poland, is still jumping through hoops to get his U.S. Visa applications completed.

Intercompany Session at Oracle OpenWorld
Oracle Financial Applications Development veteran David Haimes is putting together his Intercompany session for Oracle OpenWorld. Help him tailor his presentation by letting him know what he should cover.

Me at Oracle OpenWorld 2008
First-time Oracle OpenWorld attendee Paulo Vale is coming to the conference from Portugal to participate in a session. Find out where you can catch the cofounder and development director from Neoface at the show.

Going to Oracle OpenWorld
Another first-timer, Jason Arneil, is coming in from Grangemouth, a small town in Scotland. See what he's looking forward to, and what he's worried about, as he prepares to make his way Stateside for the first time.


Hi Jack, I've all my papers ready, and trip is fully organized. See you on Oracle OpenWorld 2008 in SF. /Paweł

Posted by Paweł Barut on August 16, 2008 at 12:26 AM PDT #

Hi Pawel, Glad to hear you're all set to go. Thanks for sharing great advice for other attendees on your blog. See you in September!

Posted by Jack Flynn on August 19, 2008 at 02:07 AM PDT #

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