I'm used to doing presentation at the "regular" conferences from OOW, to JavaOne and in both Oracle and Java user group meeting.
But with the range of functionality ADF adds to the table you are going to start seeing it appear in conferences where it wasn't before.
First on the table tomorrow is the Silicon Valley Code Camp - a free weekend conference that you can join and hear sessions about various topics all having to do with the developers life.
I'm going to be doing a session that talks about some of the missing parts of JSF and how you can solve them with some of today's JSF based frameworks.
Then next week there is the online Desktop Coference - me and some other JDeveloper PMs we'll be doing sessions there to talk about the Fusion Development Platform, Data Visualization and Rapid Rich Internet Application development.
And in December there is the BIWA Summit conference for BI developers - here again I'm going to do a session about data visualization using the ADF DVT components.
Add to this the upcoming Oracle Develop China (with follow up in India and Europe), and the on going OTN Developer Days, the UKOUG, and DOUG and Devoxx - and you can see that you have a lot of chances to come and see me and other JDeveloper PMs and the new JDeveloper and ADF 11g.
And if you are running a conference or a user group and looking for speakers - contact me and I can hook you up with some of our experienced speakers.