Schedule Builder Is Live

Build Your Own Oracle OpenWorld Agenda

ScheduleBuilder.jpgThe Oracle OpenWorld 2009 online Schedule Builder is live. If you’ve already completed your Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle Develop, or Primavera Program registration, you can start creating your Oracle OpenWorld schedule now.

Based on feedback from last year, we added features so that this year’s improved Schedule Builder will be more helpful than ever. You can use it to navigate the conference, view detailed information on sessions and activities, and add the sessions that interest you. Your schedule will automatically include all main general sessions, as well as any content you add. Once you come up with your own agenda for the show, you can view, edit, print, and export it any time.

Finding the sessions right for you is easy. Here’s some of the ways to create your own Oracle OpenWorld experience:

Build Schedule: Search for sessions, tags, demos, and exhibitors and add them to your schedule or interests.
Save Schedule and Interests: View your current schedule and add or remove events.
Stay Updated: Get session additions, cancellations, and schedule changes.
Get Recommendations: Use the recommendation engine—powered by Oracle Data Mining—for a customized list of sessions, demos, and exhibits.
Share Sessions: Send your coworkers, partners, and business network an e-mail about interesting sessions from within the tool.

With the launch of Schedule Builder, your Oracle OpenWorld 2009 experience begins today. After you’ve started compiling your selected sessions, come back and tell us about the process. We’d love to hear what you think of the new and improved Schedule Builder.


Would you give me a chinese version?

Posted by LFL on September 20, 2009 at 04:24 PM PDT #

Ideas for improvement: 1 make the Schedule Builder stable and reliable. At the moment I'm getting blank pages every 3-4 searches on different machines (example here) 2 make the Schedule Builder faster. I tried to use it last two years at Moscone for search and it was very slow. Saw other people had the same issue - wait, wait, wait... 3 make the Schedule Builder usable. Examples: - the least important information on the page (tags) uses the largest font. The most important info (place/time/session name) uses the smallest font - session details does not include location and time. So if one wants to print session location, time and detailed description you need to copy and paste manually from two different pages (example here) 4 provide access for Oracle employees. Any Oracle employee trying to use the Schedule Builder gets a "YOUR REGISTRATION TYPE: Employee Standard IS NOT ELIGIBLE TO USE SCHEDULE BUILDER" message. Now with no print conference catalog and no access to schedule builder it is a "bit" challenging to plan the attendance. Unless you want to print tons of paper... This is an echo of another comment from 2008

Posted by Michal Kopec on October 09, 2009 at 05:32 AM PDT #

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