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From opening day through It's a Wrap!, the official show daily newspaper covered all the highlights of Oracle OpenWorld 2011.
Yes, Oracle OpenWorld is a must-attend technology event, where one can learn about Oracle and partner solutions to enhance business. Another great reason to attend? To visit the massive, sold-out Exhibition Halls for tchotchkes and booth fun.
Here's a recap of all the great goodies and giveaways. And in the meantime, get ready for next year's goodies & giveaways: Register for Oracle OpenWorld 2012.
Now that’s something one doesn’t see every day! A full-size, 45-foot, 2,910-pound catamaran in the lobby of a convention center. But the boat is there, in Moscone West at Oracle OpenWorld, as part of the ORACLE Racing and America’s Cup Extreme Experience.
Tell Us What You Want. You Deserve It.
You always think of other people. “What would my fellow cube- dwellers want for an Oracle OpenWorld 2011 session?” you ask. How nice. How noble. OK, it’s time to get selfish. What do you want in a session? What topic will help you do your job better? What excites you in the way of technology and solutions?
Don't feel guilty about being selfish. Chances are, other people will share your wants, and will vote for your ideas. So send us your suggestions for Oracle OpenWorld sessions or presentations. And while you're at it, vote for all your favorites.
Submission/Voting Deadline: June 19
Act now, time is running out—Oracle OpenWorld Suggest-a-Session on Oracle Mix ends Sunday, June 19th.
Grammy-winning musician appearing live at Appreciation Event
Oracle is excited to announce that world-renowned musician Sting will perform live during Oracle OpenWorld 2011. Sting took a few minutes from his busy schedule to answer our five questions:
Q: When were you last in San Francisco and what do you love about the city and California?
Sting: I was last in San Francisco a couple of years ago (May 18, 2009) to perform at a benefit concert for the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. It’s a great city and one I truly enjoy visiting. Like so many who grew up in England under the rain clouds, coming to California is always a breath of fresh air for me.
Q: What excites you the most about playing live and what kind of experience do you want your audience to have?
Sting: All I ever wanted to be in life is a musician. I love being on stage and seeing the audience enjoy themselves and most importantly, be surprised. The element of surprise is really the one essential in music. I think every time you perform a song you have to breathe new life into it, especially with a song like “Roxanne” that I’ve performed thousands of times. It’s my job to discover something new or some alternate meaning and to present even the smallest variation each time I sing it.
Q: Why are you passionate about protecting the rainforest—what's the one thing that everyone could do to help?
Sting: I see what’s happening in the rainforest as a universal problem that affects us all. I was fortunate enough to travel to the Amazon and meet with indigenous peoples, and that really gave rise to a passion in me to help protect these natural resources for present and future generations. Trudie and I are very proud of the work we’ve done in the Amazon and with The Rainforest Foundation. I think the most important thing to do is raise awareness and try to stir a desire in people to do whatever they can to help out.
Q: You've got a busy summer planned, capped off with your performance at Oracle OpenWorld 2011. What do you like most about touring?
Sting: There’s no way to describe the feeling of going on stage in front of thousands of people who are pleased to see you. That’s something you can’t be blasé about. I also feel as though I’m probably at my most free when I am singing, and touring gives me the opportunity to experience that honesty and candidness almost every night.
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Save Up to US$700 Before April 1, 2011
Oracle OpenWorld is on the horizon. Yet, the chance to save on attending the world's best conference for IT developers, executives, visionaries, end users, and resellers is here now--but not for much longer.
Until April 1, you can save US$700 on the registration for the October 2-6, 2011 event in San Francisco. Think of all the OpenWorld sessions and demos you'll attend. Think of the insight you'll gain from the roadmaps, best practices, and tips. And don't forget the networking and meet-ups--all for less.
Don't miss out. Register today and save.
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