The Brazilian Job

Oracle OpenWorld Latin America Wraps Up

charles-roozwat.jpgWhile some of you may have had the pleasure of spending the week at Oracle OpenWorld Latin America, there are a few of us that didn’t get to make the trip to sunny São Paulo. We can, however, get a digital download of the sessions, discussions, and flavor from the attendees.

Your Twitter updates from the show kept us in the loop about the set up, keynotes, and even traffic! You shared some good shots of the show on Flickr, too. For FriendFeed users, we got a great snapshot of all of your activity while in Brazil. It’s good to know that so many were sharing so much.

Você fala português? If you do, we found some Portuguese-language news coverage, including this Computerworld article. ¿Habla usted español? Then, Mercado has a piece in Spanish for you. We also discovered mentions in numerous blogs. Take a look at a few, if you’re familiar with either Romance language.

The show even had its own Web channel, TV Oracle. You can still catch interviews with Oracle executives talking about business strategies, products, and solutions. But, again, make sure your Portuguese language skills are up to par.

Did you have a memorable moment from Oracle OpenWorld Latin America? Tell us about your favorite session, exhibit, or keynote in the comments section.


Hi, I've write a article about OOW Latin America 2009 in portuguese language for Local website and my blog. To see this issue and more information about OWW Latin America 2009 in portuguese: • iMasters My Blog Blogs in Portuguese • Portilho BlogWillians Blog Regards, Rodrigo Almeida

Posted by Rodrigo Almeida on March 23, 2009 at 01:33 AM PDT #

These links are great, Rodrigo. We love the posts, especially the photos from the sessions and DEMOgrounds. Thank you for sharing them. Obrigado, Stephen

Posted by Stephen Fox on March 24, 2009 at 04:10 AM PDT #

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