Monday, June 12, 2006


Oracle on .NET and Windows BOF Session

Hello from Tech·Ed! I have been very busy giving demos of the new PL/SQL debugger that we have integrated into Visual Studio 2005. That feature and of course .NET stored procedures has been very popular with the crowds. And Alex Keh has been showing off all of the new ADO.NET 2.0 features in ODP.NET... If you are at Tech Ed, please come by our booth for your own demo.

Just a reminder that we have a "Birds of a Feather" session on Tuesday evening where you can come and ask a panel of experts about Oracle, .NET and Windows:

BOF08 Using Oracle on Windows and .NET
Day/Time: Tuesday, June 13 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Have questions about using Oracle on .NET or Windows? Want to learn more about running Oracle with Microsoft platforms? Come discuss these topics with Oracle experts and your peers; learn about best practices; examine recent Oracle developments, such as ADO.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 support; or just network with other Oracle users.
Session Type(s): Birds of a Feather

Later this week we have a joint session with David Sceppa of Microsoft. Note that the location is different to what I provided earlier.

DATTLC44 New Features for Using .NET with Oracle Databases
Day/Time: Thursday, June 15 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM Room: DAT Theater 2 (Blue TLC Area)
Speaker(s): Alex Keh, Christian Shay, David Sceppa
In this session we discuss the new ADO.NET 2.0 features such as UDTs and factory classes and how they apply to Oracle databases. We also cover Visual Studio tools for Oracle, including stored-procedure debugging and .NET stored-procedures support.
Track(s): Database Development and Administration, Developer Tools

Tonight (Monday) the Teched expo hall is open until 9 pm for the reception, so please come by for food, drink and an Oracle demo..

Here's a photo taken of me during "setup day" (Sunday afternoon)

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