In case you didn’t notice, last week was OOW week.
I personally stayed at work and delivered some great dashboards (I thank you), but some people (um hum, Christian) had a whale of a time in sunny/foggy San Francisco (that place where they used to host the Americas Cup!)
Luckily, there are those who went, and who blogged (how did we manage in the pre-Internet era?)
Blogs of the week
1. OOW14 day 0
Christian Berg talks breakfasts, sessions and scheduling issues!
Alex Hansal says, “Having to watch Oracle OpenWorld with several time zones between me and San Francisco has the benefit of getting enough sleep and waking up to interesting news.”
Arun Kumar shares lots of photos!
Jeff Smith says, “I had a pretty good week of presenting at Open World this week. 3 solo presentations, all well attended. But in one, I had a technical issue – that’s code for I was having problems because I was using the wrong database connection – when trying to show off the Real Time SQL Monitoring support feature in Oracle SQL Developer.”
So he shares this video:
Cameron Lackpour shares his OOW14 experiences in a series of blogs.
Dan Vlamis asks:
For those that attended:
- What did you find interesting?
- Any funny stories to share?
- What was different from what you expected?
For those that didn’t attend:
- What would you want to know?
- Are you more interested in the “behind the scenes” or the “major announcements”?
Daan Bakboord tweeted Oracle OpenWorld 2014 Presentations are available to download from here.
Christian Berg shared his blog ‘OOW14 Days 1 through 4 and wrap-up’.
Debra Lilley shared the video ‘The Oracle ACE Program – An Overview’
Gokhan Atil posted a presentation on OOW14: Database Patching Best Practices
Daisy Ding shared Methods of Grouping and Summarizing in R Language
Anshu Monga shared OBIEE11g Implementing KPIs, KPI Watchlist
Videos such as Mark Hurd: Companies With Billions of Revenue Rely On Oracle
and Connecting to an Oracle Database Cloud Instance
Don’t forget that KScope 15 is going to be soo cool (especially for us Nerks ( nerdy geeks )). I will be buying a new T-Shirt just for the event 🙂