Wednesday, October 14, 2009

OOW 2009 1st report

It’s all about innovation that what Larry Ellison/Oracle and Scott McNealy/Sun said at the opening key note. I arrived to san Francisco for oow 2009 and I have to admit it’s a butifaul place. The organization of the oow is more than perfect so far. I did my registration online at moscone center and even thought there were thousands doing registration at the same time the registration process did not take more that 5 min. it was all online and automated. Meeting some of oracle team/employees was they were very friendly and helpful. Attending the unconffrance session was very good experience I attended Michael taylor session (Hyperion on Linux Live Demo) and Fundamentals of Performance (Oracle ACE Director Cary Millsap). Attending ahmed al-omari session was a very good experience to me it was a Q&A session which was very helpful really. Also tom kyte session was great too I cannot put every thing in one post but more to come soon I will post some video and pictures I took from the event here soon If anyone who is reading this blog at the conference it’s a great chance to meet please drop me a line.

The Unconference sessions

the games area were people can have some fun

more to come soon.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

OOW 2009

Preparation been made this year for Oracle open world conference 2009. The conference will take place in San Francisco between 11-15 Oct. there is a high chance that I will attend this conference. I will post here again once confirmed so we can meet there if any one is planning to attend. I will use this chance of attending to back to blogging again as its been a while since I last update my blog.
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Monday, April 20, 2009

Oracle Buys Sun Microsystems‏

Today I received an email from my friend mohammad muhtadi telling me that Oracle Corporation the largest enterprise software company acquired Sun Microsystems and thought of sharing that with you.

It seems oracle now acquiring different type of business and this is a big step from Oracle