Monday, October 22, 2007


Reserve your .NET and Windows OpenWorld Sessions Today!

Summary: Seats are filling up fast for Oracle OpenWorld .NET and Windows sessions, so use Schedule Builder and reserve a seat for yourself today!

Oracle OpenWorld will be once again taking over the city of San Francisco from November 11-15. It promises to be a truly amazing experience with over 1,600 sessions covering the full breadth of Oracle's offerings.

As you may recall, last year at OpenWorld we introduced "Oracle Develop", a special 2 day intensive track of content created specifically for the Oracle developer - including a .NET developer track. Well, it turned out to be so tremendously popular in San Francisco that we took the Oracle Develop show on the road to Korea, China, India, Germany, the Czech Republic, and the UK. Now we are back in San Francisco, having learned a lot about what you want in your sessions and we are offering even more of the good stuff that developers can use on their job!

This years Oracle Develop .NET track will provide comprehensive coverage of Oracle's .NET technologies including new Oracle Database 11g features, introductory material, and deep dive content. Oracle Develop is perfect for all levels of Oracle on .NET developers, from beginner to advanced. In addition to sessions we also have a .NET Hands on Lab, which lets you get your hands dirty and take Visual Studio for a joyride! You can attend Oracle Develop if you register for the full conference badge of course, but you could also sign up specifically for Oracle Develop.

Once you register, I strongly urge you to use Schedule Builder to reserve seats in the sessions you are most interested in. I recommend doing so as many of our .NET and Windows sessions look like they are getting close to capacity.

If you can't make it to Oracle Develop content this year, please visit us in the Exhibition Hall (in the database area) for your own personalized demo of our latest features from an Oracle expert.

Oracle Develop .NET Sessions at a Glance

Windows Database Sessions

See you there!

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