#ODTUG at Oracle Open World 2010

Fellow ODTUG Board Member Monty Latiolais provides the following blog post.  Come find ODTUG on the second floor of Moscone West at Open World, or in the tent at JavaOne/Develop.  See you there!

ODTUG at Oracle OpenWorld

September 19-23, 2010
Moscone Center
User Groups Pavilion, Moscone West, Level 2 Lobby
San Francisco, CA

Are you a developer or architect who wants in-depth technical training at Oracle OpenWorld?

ODTUG is offering four different symposia during User Group Sunday:

·         OBIEE – This symposium features presentations on Planning for High Performance; OBIEE Dashboards and Answers Best Practices; an Exadata and OBIEE Retail Case Study with Jon Mead of Rittman Mead; and an OBIEE Performance, Architecture, and Best Practices Panel with Mark Rittman as moderator.
·         Web Architecture – Led by Dr. Paul Dorsey of Dulcian, Inc., this symposium features presentations on Performance Tuning Web Applications; WebLogic Server Application Security; A Study of Performance Anti-Patterns; and Load Testing your Web Applications.
·         EPM – This symposium features presentations by Edward Roske of interRel Consulting and Al Marciante of Oracle Corporation. The highlight of the event will be a keynote presentation by Rich Clayton of Oracle Corporation entitled, “The Coming Together of Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Management.”
·         Application Express – The highlights of this APEX symposium will be two case studies let by Scott Spendolini of Sumneva and an APEX Expert Panel Discussion with Scott Spendolini, Dimitri Gielis, and John Scott fielding questions from the audience.

During Oracle OpenWorld, ODTUG has twenty presentations from leading speakers like Steven Feuerstein, Paul Dorsey, Peter Koletzke, John Scott, Dimitri Gielis, Scott Spendolini, and many more, about next-generation development trends and technologies.

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