Don't Miss Oracle Develop—Developer Keynotes, Hands-on Labs, and More
By jack.flynn on Sep 16, 2008
Get a Whole Lot More for a Little Bit More
Oracle Develop is the premier developer conference, and it's running concurrently with Oracle OpenWorld. It's the best place to hear Keynotes and join networking events geared specifically to developers, and there's no better event for in-depth technical sessions and hands-on labs that cover everything you need to know to do your job even better. And you can leave your hiking shoes at home—it's at the Marriott Hotel, less than a block from the main conference. Plus, all the Oracle OpenWorld Keynotes will be piped in live, so you won't miss a thing.
Here are some of the Oracle Develop highlights:
• Ted Farrell, SVP and Chief Architect, Developer Tools, Oracle. Come early on Monday, September 22 to watch streaming video of the Charles Phillips and Chuck Rozwat Keynotes. Then stay put for Ted's live Keynote, Breaking Enterprise Application Platform Barriers, at 10:15 a.m. Learn how Web and mobile technologies are setting the bar for enterprise applications and redefining the enterprise developer role.
• Tom Kyte, Senior Database Architect, Oracle. Tom has two sessions: All About Encryption on Sunday, September 21 at 11:45 a.m., and Efficient Schema Design on Sunday, September 21 at 2:30 p.m. Find out which encryption techniques should be used and when, and dig into the fundamentals of physical schema design.
• Middleware Executive Panel for BEA customers. Bring your burning questions about BEA. Thomas Kurian, Hasan Rizvi, Ted Farrell, and Anthony Fernicola will be there to answer them.
• Scores of sessions on Oracle Fusion Development, Java (including BEA content), rich internet applications, embedded technology, .NET, database, and SOA.
• Dozens of Sunday Hands-on Labs, including Oracle Application Express, Oracle's BEA WebLogic, Java, SOA, Oracle JDeveloper, and grid.
If you're already registered for Oracle OpenWorld, the best bargain in town is to add Oracle Develop for only $100 more than the price of a Full Conference Pass. Want to attend Oracle Develop only? Then register now and save $200 (preregistration savings end on September 20).
Oracle Develop runs Sunday, September 21 through Tuesday, September 23. The keynote lineup is set now, so be sure to reserve your seats using Schedule Builder.