If you are currently an active user of JDeveloper 10.1.3, it is likely that you'll be interested mostly in the upcoming release 11 material.
So while we offer many sessions about our current offering, here is a schedule you can follow to learn about the next release:
Monday will be your most busy they with the following:
9 Thomas Kurian keynote at Oracle Develop.
11 Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client : Building the next generation rich client framework...
12:30 Oracle ADF: New Declarative Features for Oracle Fusion Application Development
1:45 Task and Page Flow in Oracle Fusion
3:15 New Features of Java EE 5.0
4:45 Building Web Layouts with ADF Faces
Thomas main keynote in the morning.
12:15 Next Generation Retail User Experience
1:45 Next Generation Mobile Applications for Oracle Fusion Middleware
9:45 Oracle JDeveloper: An Overview
11:30 Web 2.0 Ajax Based User Interfaces Development Made Simple
In addition to these you might want to catch some of the SOA sessions (since they also feature JDev 11 in many cases). And you can participate in both the ADF Rich Client - Ajax with JSF Hands on Lab and the SOA Hands-on lab.
Also don't forget that even if you are quite familiar with 10.1.3 there are still new things you can learn in such sessions as the security for Ajax, Web services in ADF,
Swing Development, and the 7 tips for using JDev.
See the schedule of JDev related sessions on the oracle connect JDeveloper/ADF group