By stephen.fox on Mar 18, 2009
Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo
Now that you’ve recovered from Oracle OpenWorld Latin America, it’s time to gear up for Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo. But, since our keyboards lack the kanji ideographs to post bilingually here, we’ll let our friends in Tokyo handle their own blogging. We just want to make sure you have the tools to keep up with the upcoming show’s news.
We know enough Japanese to recognize the blog posts discussing some of the industry-specific sessions lined up, including the government, auto, and defense streams. For those of you with a better grasp of Japanese, you can keep up with Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo blog by subscribing to their feed.
If you’re an Oracle Mix member, join the Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo 2009 group. You’ll be able to start the friendships, partnerships, and conversations that you can build upon once you get to the show. If you’re not yet an Oracle Mix member, now’s a great time to sign" up and connect with other members interested in the conference.
You can also visit the Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo Wiki page to discover other ways to start conversations about the show. While you’re there, add your own content, learn about the Tokyo Unconference, and follow people talking about the show through Twitter and Hatena.
If you’ve found other great ways to keep up with Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo, post them in the comments.