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Countdown to Oracle Open World: Schedules and Blog Cards

I’ve finalized my Oracle Open World schedule for next week, and have a good mix of e-Business Suite technology, Release 12, Fusion Middleware, and Business Intelligence sessions lined up.

For the most part, I was able to get into the sessions I wanted with one exception.  I’d really like to attend Nadia Bendjedou’s session entitled Oracle E-Business Suite Customers: 10 Things You Can Do Now to Prepare for Oracle Fusion Applications, and apparently so would quite a few others as the session has been booked to capacity for several weeks now.  I’ve seen her present before, and always walked away with a much better understanding behind e-Business Suite technology.  I’m keeping my fingers crossed, or maybe I’ll just linger outside the room and hope to sneak in.

Richard came up with a great idea - the creation of OracleAppsBlog business cards.  I’ve created some of my own cards via Overnight Prints to distribute at the conference.  Here’s a preview of what the cards look like:

Front of OracleAppsBlog.com Card

Front of OracleAppsBlog.com card

Back of OracleAppsBlog.com Card

Back of OracleAppsBlog.com card

Post a comment if you plan on attending any of the sessions below, or if you plan on attending Oracle Open World.  It would be great to meet some of the other members of the blog in person.

Monday

The Next Application Platform
Technology Directions for Oracle Applications
Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing in the Next Major Release of Oracle Database
Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Tips and Tricks
Oracle’s Business Intelligence Road Map

Tuesday

Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Architectural Overview
Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Updates
Deep Dive: Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 New Technology Stack
Oracle Analytic Applications Road Map
What’s New in Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition 10.1.3.2?

Wednesday

Oracle E-Business Suite System Management: Release 12 New Features
Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12: Installation and Cloning Enhancements
Analytic Applications Q&A with Development and Strategy Executives
Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Standard Edition Discoverer 10g Best Practices

Thursday

The Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12: Process, Integration, and Eventing
Best Practices for Implementing Siebel Business Analytics
Using Analytics to Compete More Effectively, Improve Sales Execution, and Maximize Revenue
Oracle Discoverer Future: Protect, Extend, Integrate
Oracle Daily Business Intelligence: A Business Intelligence Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite, Providing Relevant, Timely Information to End Users

Posted by Michael Siebert on 10/20 at 03:40 AM
  1. Michael,
    Your statement:

    “I’d really like to attend Nadia Bendjedou’s session entitled Oracle E-Business Suite Customers: 10 Things You Can Do Now to Prepare for Oracle Fusion Applications, and apparently so would quite a few others as the session has been booked to capacity for several weeks now….”

    really highlights what’s is wrong with user conferences. Not everyone who wants to attend can, and even those who do attend cannot get into all the sessions. [I will not get into how efficient group discussions actually are in terms of knowledge transfer and information retention…]

    I would like to encourage Nadia Bendjedou, and other Oracle Product Managers and SIG chairs for that matter, to start a blog where she can maintain an ongoing dialogue with her customers and users instead of relying on a week-long crescendo with a limited access.

    Marian

    Posted by Marian Crkon  on  10/21  at  02:30 AM
  2. Michael,
    Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend Mrs Bendjedou’s presentation at the Dutch/Belgian user user conference: a great combination of common sense (10 Things You Should have Started Long Time Ago…) and Oracle strategy. Oracle should make it available as a webcast (or whatever). It was, as a non native listener, a challenge to keep up with her pace, but it was worth every second. I had the opportunity to introduce her presentation with “only 9 Things left now, number one is attending Mrs. Bendjedou’s presentation”: a statement that came true.
    Regards, Joost Claassens, the Netherlands

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  10/18  at  04:12 AM

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