No Slide Zone at Oracle OpenWorld
By blogsadmin on Nov 01, 2007
I had briefly mentioned The No Slide Zone at Oracle OpenWorld in a previous post about a session there in which I'm participating, but I think it's worth providing a bit more information.
The NSZ is essentially an "experimental" track in which you can see popular presenters (such as Tom Kyte) work in unconventional session formats, such as fishbowls, reverse panels, and virtual whiteboarding. It should be a nice breath of fresh air for PPT haters (and I'm one of them). There also happens to be a lot of very interesting content about Oracle Database 11g and Fusion Middleware that you didn't know (and won't learn about anywhere else at the show).