Oracle OpenWorld 2011, part 1

After two days of ACE Director briefings at Oracle HQ, I’m starting the conference today with a presentation in the very first slot: 9.00 am in Moscone West room 2000. My topic is “Starting an Enterprise Oracle ADF Project”, and it covers the material in my book (slightly abbreviated – 60 minutes can really cover the same as 400 pages).

All of Sunday, there’s going to be presentations by members of the ADF Enterprise Methodology Group in room 2000 – if you’re interested in Oracle ADF, this is the place to be.

I thought this would be a dull year at OpenWorld, but after the confidential briefings last week, I have had to change my mind. Since I’m under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (maybe the lawyers do run Oracle…), I can’t share any information right now – but do follow the blogs and announcements from Oracle this week.