Thursday, July 24, 2008

Oracle Openworld 2008 APEX Schedule

Oracle Openworld in San Francisco is fast approaching.

I have created an APEX Application listing all the sessions with anything APEX - APEX Schedule

I have entered everything I could find from the Oracle Openworld site, including a column called Remaining Seats which indicates how many more can get into the session - I will try and update the numbers regularly.

As yet the APEX winners from the Oracle Mix voting are not in there yet (Mix Winners)
-- Congratulations Raj Mattamal for winning the voting.
-- 7 out of 25 are APEX Sessions ... Goes to show the support given by the APEX Community

Her are some other useful links:
Main Oracle Openworld Site
Schedule Builder
Content Builder

This year we will have a large contingent from the APEX Development Team in attendance.
We will be manning the Demo Ground booths and running the APEX Hands-on-Labs.
Stop by the Demo Grounds to get your chance to talk directly to the gurus.

Looks like I will have a very full dance card (again)!
I look forward to catching up with as many of you as possible.

Cheers,
David

UPDATE: 07/28/2008
  • ODTUG APEX Symposium - Customer Success Stories now entered {See the description for a break-down of the schedule} ... These sessions not yet available through the Schedule Builder
  • Raj Mattamal's session now entered (Still 6 other Sessions from the Mix to be entered).
  • Remaining Seats updated

3 comments:

dmcghan said...

David,

Good luck to you, your team, and the rest of the ApEx community at OOW!

Regards,
Dan

S1M0N said...

David, nice and usefull application! i already found some very interesting sessions. But i was wondering, since i have no idea how large the conference rooms are, can you also include a 'total number of seats' next to the remaining?

and now some advertising...
Have a look at the ApEx MashUp session, sounds very interesting ;)

David Peake said...

Simon,

I have requested the Room Capacity information and will add to the application if/once available.

Regards,
David