Your Votes Are In!
By stephen.fox on Jul 23, 2009
Results of the Oracle OpenWorld 2009 Sessions Public Voting
It’s time to announce the influence you had on the live sessions being presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2009. Your votes on Oracle Mix have been tallied, and the winners have been invited to the world's largest event dedicated to helping enterprises harness the power of information.
Without any additional delay, here are the session proposal titles you selected to be included in the 2009 show:
• Let's Make Some JSF Custom Components!
• JDeveloper 11g JAX-WS web services: as easy as 1-2-3: XSD, WSDL, Generate!
• Castle in the Clouds—SaaS Enabling ADF Faces Applications
• Oracle DBA Meets ITIL and COBIT
• Developing Plug-ins for Oracle Enterprise Manager by Example
• Replicating NetFlix Movie Queue Drag & Drop Functionality with APEX and jQuery
• Scalable Oracle Application Express—Case Study on a True n-tier Architecture
• Building a Mashup with Application Express (ApEx)
• PDF Printing with APEX—A Cost-free Alternative
• Partitioning, More Cost Savings, Better Performance, Better Management in 11g
• Building Oracle Grid with Oracle VM on Blade Servers and iSCSI Storage
• ING and Deloitte: Implementing Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Role Manager
• Using Excel and Oracle for Business Intelligence and Ad-Hoc Reporting
• Combining the Two Coolest Things in the World: Weblogic and Lego Mindstorms
• Integrate Process Automation Systems to Oracle E-Business Suite
• Dell IT's Implementation of Oracle Enterprise Manager Patch Provisioning
• RMAN 11g New Features R1 and R2
• Provisioning of RAC Database on Configured Stack
• Using Row Level Security with Oracle Application Express
• Oracle Projects Costing 11i10 for Seamless Capital Costs Accounting
• Blistering Web Applications with Oracle 11g RAC and In-Memory Database Cache
• Health Engine: Image-enabled Patient Health Record with Oracle Multimedia DICOM
• Implementing OIC Projected Comp Function in a Retail Environment—A Case Study
• High-Performance Databases in the Cloud: Oracle TimesTen on Amazon Web Services
• Comparing Application Development in Oracle Application Express & J2EE
• The Big ESB - OSB - BPEL Cook-off
• Performance Capabilities of a 4-node Oracle SE RAC Cluster on OEL
• How to Achieve High-volume Recruiting via Oracle iRecruitment
• Case Study: Using APEX and Spatial Data to Deliver your Newspaper
• SOA Grid: Applying Oracle Coherence to SOA Application Development
• Giving Your ApEx Apps a Web 2.0 Face-Lift
• Beyond Budgeting: Stay Current with a Rolling Forecast
Thanks to our events team for letting Oracle enthusiasts influence the show again this year. And kudos to the Oracle Mix group for making it so easy for everyone to have a say in the show. But—most importantly—thank you for submitting your ideas, having your say, and getting involved.
If you have suggestions for improving the process for next year, we’re all ears.