Did OpenWorld Start Already?
By Shay Shmeltzer-Oracle on Oct 11, 2009
It's the first time in many years that I didn't need to be in the San Francisco for the Sunday part of OOW. Somehow all the stars aligned, and none of my sessions/labs at Oracle develop got assigned to Sunday. So I took advantage of this to spend a day with the family before I disappear for the next 5 days.
To compensate my day tomorrow is probably my busiest at OOW with an Oracle Develop session, another OOW session and a demoground shift at the ADF Faces pod.
To tell the truth, I still did OOW related stuff today - I tracked the blog posts on www.OraNA.info to keep up to speed with what people are doing there.
I also spent another hour putting the finishing touches on the demo for my 10:15 session at Oracle Develop tomorrow (Developing with JSF/EJB 3.0 and JPA: A More Productive Way).
This session is aimed at Java developers (and WebLogic customers) who are currently working on Java EE applications, and it shows them how JDeveloper and ADF can take them to the next level of productivity when building applications using the JPA/EJB and JSF stack.
If you never took a look at ADF before for your Java development - this will be a good introduction.
If you never took a look at Java before for your development - come to my 5:00pm session (The Oracle Fusion Development Experience: An Overview) and get a bit of a higher level picture with less acronyms :-)