Around the World
By jack.flynn on Oct 02, 2008
The Word from the Web – 10/03/08
You're probably just now assessing the sessions you missed or encounters you wish you'd had at the conference. Read reflections on Oracle OpenWorld 2008 from some of your fellow Oracle enthusiasts.
The Oracle OpenWorld 2008 Summary Post Thingie
John Bredehoft blazed a large digital trail through Oracle OpenWorld. You can track his daily movements in this comprehensive recap of the things he saw, people he met, and games he played.
Oracle OpenWorld 2008 — NOT LIVE FROM SF #10 – and Final
CRM expert Paul Greenberg wraps up his impressions of Oracle OpenWorld in the tenth(!) post in his series about the conference. Looks like this author of CRM at the Speed of Light: Essential Customer Strategies for the 21st Century loves to write almost as much as he loves the Yankees.
My. Open. World.
"Quick, quiet, on time." That's how Ted Simpson, Maryland Institute College of Art director of administrative systems, approaches his work. He shares his favorite sessions, and a higher-education perspective, from Oracle OpenWorld.
Pissing from the Mountaintop at Oracle OpenWorld
The Oracle OpenWorld Green Room was the site of many engaging and spirited discussions. Ted Cuzzillo, a business intelligence writer, posted his reaction to The Great Debate: Economy or Environment.
Oracle OpenWorld—Done and Dusted
First-timer Mark Lancaster talks about the standout sessions, networking, and success stories that made his trip to the show from Australia worth every moment.