The ODTUG Kscope conference a couple of weeks ago was for many presenters a good rehearsal for the next major event for ADF/JDeveloper users - Oracle Open World.
If there is one event which is a must attend for an Oracle ADF developer - OOW is it.
This year the Oracle Develop track was merged back into the "regular" Oracle OpenWorld, as one of the streams. That however didn't change the great technical content you'll be able to get there. Right now a quick search for "ADF" on the online content catalog already shows 45 sessions. And you can expect even more to pop-up in the next few weeks as the rest of the content is being finalized.
While some think of OOW as a conference for the C-level audience (CIO,CTO, CEO,C2O etc...), if you actually look at abstract to the sessions in the Oracle Develop stream, you'll see that many of them delve deep into technical details. Combined with great opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with experts and of course the great parties (Tom Petty and Sting this year) - this is really becoming a great event for developers too.
For those of you who already decided to come, one small recommendation - based on my involvement in session scheduling and content management - there is going to be some great ADF content on Sunday and on Thursday. So extend your stay by two days (arrive on Sat, leave on Fri) and you'll be thankful for even more great learning experiences.
See you at Oracle Open World 2011