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Ready or Not – It’s Time to Submit an Abstract for Oracle Open World 2012

Yup, it sneaks up on you pretty fast.

Seems like only a few weeks ago I was in San Francisco at OOW 2011, and now it is already time to think about what to present in September.

This year, Oracle OpenWorld will take place September 30-October 5 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco.

If you are ready to go, the call for papers is here.

Important Date:

The Call for Papers will close at 11:59 p.m. PDT on Monday, April 9.

Not a lot of time to submit.

Again this year I am the OOW Content Coordinator for the Oracle Development Tools User Group (ODTUG), so I will be one of the people reviewing your submission.

If you are an ODTUG member and want to represent ODTUG at OOW 2012, this is your chance! On the abstract submission form, there are two user group related questions you need to answer.

First, be sure to indicate that you are a member of a user group.

Second indicate that you belong to or are submitting on behalf of Oracle Development Tools User Group. 

If you do not indicate ODTUG, we (well, me and a few others) will not be able to see your abstract or review it.

I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to share your knowledge, experiences, and solutions with other developers. I look forward to reviewing the abstracts submitted by the ODTUG experts.

Key Point: If your abstract is accepted, you will receive a complimentary registration to Oracle OpenWorld (worth over $2,000 ).

Even if you do not want to present, you can learn more about OpenWorld here.

So start writing that abstract and submit before April 9th.

See you in San Francisco!

Kent

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