On the other side it’s not very hard to guess. I’m there where most of the Oracle blogging and Oracle APEX community currently is. I’m at Oracle Open World in San Francisco.
I’m not sure how often I will blog, because I have a tight time schedule. But if you want to get hold of me, I will try to visit most of the Oracle APEX sessions.
On Tuesday, between 14:30 and 15:30 I’m doing my own presentation titled The Power of the Oracle APEX Repository (Session Id: 300210). It’s currently booked out, but you might get a chance to still get in.
Enough for now, I have to listen to Tom Kyte’s “Efficient Schema Design” now.
Looks like that the proposed Oracle APEX sessions at Oracle Mix did quite well. Not only did Raj’s session about Security: Writing Custom Authentication Schemes for Application Express get most votes, congratulation Raj! But what I have counted, there are also 8 other Oracle APEX related sessions which made it into the top 35 sessions which are going to be invited to Oracle Open World 2008.
A great day for Oracle APEX at OOW 2008!
Raj Mattamal has put up an interesting topic for a presentation at Oracle Open World 2008, it’s about Writing Custom Authentication Schemes for Application Express. The presentation is not just the basic stuff you will find in the manual or the tutorial, it goes way further. For example it covers SSO over multiple workspaces.
In case if you are not interested in the topic, it’s still always fun to watch Raj doing a presentation/see him talking (fast). This guy has way to much energy or is drinking to much Red Bull
So people, vote for him that he is able to present that topic at Oracle Open World 2008!
And don’t forget about the other great Oracle APEX sessions!
You may have already read it on Carl Backstrom’s blog, Oracle has reserved some slots for community suggested topics for the upcoming Oracle Open World in September.
Want to hear more Oracle APEX related presentations during the conference?
It’s up to you!!! Vote for the following Oracle APEX sessions, so that they are added to the conference program.
I can really recommend “How to Hack an Oracle APEX application” by Anton Nielsen, I have already seen it at the unconference track at last years OOW.
Give APEX a boost and vote now! Voting ends 24th June.
The voting takes place on mix.oracle.com. You have to register if you have no account yet.