Portal Related Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2008 in San Francisco

I created a simple Google Calendar containing the sessions from this year’s Oracle OpenWorld that are related to the Portal, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 technology space. You can use your own RSS reader, iCal, or simply the native HTML calendar of google.

Use the Content Catalog to find other sessions that are of interest to you.

Sunday, September 21
11:45am S299324: Sanjay: Transform Your Siebel Data with Web 2.0: Use Oracle WebCenter to Create a True Next-Generation Interface
11:45am S299504: Jim, Maiko, Brian: Build the Next Generation of Composite Applications with Oracle WebCenter, SOA, and Enterprise 2.0
2:30pm S299712: Hands-on Lab: Oracle WebCenter Suite–Enterprise 2.0 at Your Fingertips
2:30pm S300200: Eric: Oracle Fusion Middleware: A Set of Tools for Your Enterprise
4:00pm S301162: Eric: Building Very Rich Portals with Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g
Monday, September 22
11:30am S299317: Rahul: Oracle WebCenter and Beyond: Oracle’s Vision, Strategy, and Road Map for User Interaction
11:30am S301790: Eric: Oracle Portal Products (Oracle Portal, Oracle WebCenter Suite, and Products from Stellent and BEA): Which One Should You Use?
1:00pm S298738: Lynn, Jennifer: The Oracle Fusion Development Platform
2:30pm S299492: George, Christina: A Web 2.0 Developer’s Dream Realized: Ultimate Component Reusability
4:00pm S298501: Josh: Guide to the Oracle Portal Road Map for Oracle WebLogic Portal Customers
5:30pm S298423: Terry Olkin: Introducing Oracle Beehive
5:30pm S298498: Ajay: Road Map and Future Directions for BEA AquaLogic User Interaction Customers
Tuesday, September 23
9:00am S298499: Skip, Peter Laird: Deploying a Web-Oriented Architecture with Oracle WebCenter, Oracle WebLogic Portal, and Oracle WebCenter Interaction
11:30am S298497: Bob Fraser: No REST for the Weary: REST APIs and the Activity Stream
11:30am S299712: Hands-on Lab: Oracle WebCenter Suite–Enterprise 2.0 at Your Fingertips
1:00pm S298495: The Art of the Mash: Oracle Ensemble and New Integration Patterns
5:30pm S299712: Hands-on Lab: Oracle WebCenter Suite–Enterprise 2.0 at Your Fingertips
Wednesday, September 24
9:00am ADF methodology unconference
9:00am S299480: George, Maiko: Build Composite Applications Your End Users Will Actually Use
11:30am S299325: Manish: Web 2.0 in the Enterprise: Balancing Participation and Security
1:00pm S297844: Vince, Billy Cripe: Reshaping Your Business with Web 2.0
1:00pm S298495: Tom Quigley: The Art of the Mash: Oracle Ensemble and New Integration Patterns
1:00pm S299323: Manish: Oracle Applications Unlimited and Web 2.0: You Can Have It Now
1:00pm S300017: Eric: Building Very Rich Portals with Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (IOUG)
5:00pm S299506: Revathy, Kundan: Oracle Composer Puts Your Users in the Driver’s Seat with Multilayered Customizations
Thursday, September 25
9:00am S299489: Christian: Build an Enterprise 2.0 Social Network with Oracle WebCenter
9:00am S299563: Rashmi: Integrating Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Plus with Your Applications
9:00am S300478: Duncan, Sten Vesterli: Choose Your Weapon: An Overview of Oracle Development Tools
10:30am S298639: Ann Fellman: Enterprise 2.0: Best Practices for Winning Management Acceptance and Driving User Adoption
12:00pm S299510: Skip: Increase Business Agility: Give Your Users the Web 2.0 Services They Need Now
1:30pm S298403: Padmaprabodh Ambale: Opening Up Oracle Application Framework Applications Through Web Services and Portlets
1:30pm S298496: Steve Hamrick: Do-It-Yourself IT: Oracle WebCenter Powers the User-Driven Workplace
1:30pm S298500: Marcus: Oracle Weblogic Portal: Using the WSRP Standard to Interoperate and Federate Content and User Interfaces
3:00pm S298502: Eddie: Give Users What They Want: Web-Based Data Access and Rich Internet Applications
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