Where I'll be at Oracle OpenWorld

It's that time of the year when San Francisco is painted with Oracle red. As always this is quite a busy week for me with sessions, demo booth, and other actvities.

Here are the sessions I'm going to present:

Monday 06:30 pm – 07:15 pm Getting Started with Oracle ADF: What You Need to Know
Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate A

A joint session with Grant Ronald that aims to give developers who are about to start learning Oracle ADF pointers to what they need to learn, where can they get resources, how to get help etc. This is a birds-of-a-feather type of session so we are also looking for feedback on what can we do to make getting started with ADF easier. Definitely a must  session if you are about to start down the ADF road this year.

Monday 07:30 pm – 08:15 pm Oracle ADF: What's Missing and What's Next
Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate A

Another Birds-of-a-feather session where Brian Fry and I will discuss our plans for the next version of JDeveloper and ADF and will be looking for your feedback regarding any items that we might be overlooking or missing. A good opportunity for JDeveloper/ADF people to rant about their favorite missing feature.

 Tuesday 10:15 am – 11:15am Oracle ADF at the Center of Oracle Fusion Development
Moscone South, 305

If you ever wondered what is that ADF thing that I keep blogging about, or how does it relate to the rest of the Fusion Middleware development stack such as the Oracle SOA Suite or Oracle WebCenter then this is the session for you. A high level overview of the components that make up ADF, the interaction points with the other parts of Fusion Middleware and a basic development demo showing how everything fits together.

 Wednesday 11:45 am – 12:45 pm An Oracle ADF Eye for the Java EE Guy
Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate A

This session explains ADF in terms that Java EE developers can understand, it also highlight the things that ADF can help you with if you are currently developing a Java EE project. See how to build rich UIs with JSF on steroids, reusable flows, and easy access to your JPA and EJBs. Should be a good ADF overview if you miss the previous session.

Thursday 09:00 am – 10:00 am Extending PeopleSoft Applications with Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite
Intercontinental Union, Square

This session aims to show Peoplesoft customers how they can enjoy the rich Web and Mobile UI that ADF offer on top of their existing PeopleSoft applications. If you ever wanted to build a better UI experience that incorporates PeopleSoft data into it - this is the session for you. By the way similar sessions are also available for EBS, Siebel and JD Edwards customers.

As you can see with at least one session per day this is going to be quite a busy week with lots of good content - see you on the streets of San Francisco.



Comments:

Shay,

I will be attending at least two sessions.
Looking forward to see 'the man behind the voice' of the many demo movies I've watched.

Regards,

Rob

Posted by Rob de Gouw on September 29, 2011 at 04:58 PM PDT #

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