Search the World Over
By jack.flynn on Aug 27, 2008
With Our New Search Engine, You'll Be Surprised What You Find
We've just gone live with a juiced-up search engine that's great for helping you explore and plan for Oracle OpenWorld 2008.
Here's how to use it. First, go to the home page, registration page, or any other page on the Oracle OpenWorld Web site. Enter your search term in the search tool at the top-right of the page. Now use the "Group by" and "Sort by" dropdowns to arrange your search results by relevance, type, title, venue, and time. It's the perfect way to see what sessions are available in a particular stream, at a specific venue, or at a time that fits your schedule. (The screengrab on the left shows the first four results for a search on the term "grid computing" grouped and sorted by type and venue.)
You can also start your search by entering your search term on oracle.com. When you get your results, use the "In the section" dropdown to select "OpenWorld SF 2008." This will display your results with the useful "Group by" and "Sort by" options.