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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010 - preparations and sessions

07:56 Wednesday, June 9, 2010 Posted by Markus Eisele
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Roughly two weeks to go now. ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010 is ahead and the excitement is rising. Flights are booked. Waiting for some more information about hotel and transfer, but they will arrive in time. I am shure :) More than 170 technical sessions make it hard to choose. About 60 ACE Directors are presenting, too. Before they ran out of seats, I took the chance to collect  my favorite sessions today.

As expected, I will mostly attend the Middle Tier and Client-Side Development track. And this is the plan up to now:
  • BPM in 2010 - Myths and Reality (Hajo Normann)
  • Cutting Edge, AJAX Web UIs without the Headache (Juan Ruiz)
  • Attention Oracle Developers: Find those Java Memory Leaks Fast! (Mark Prichard)
  • Java EE Development with Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (Greg Stachnick)
  • What Makes a Service a Good Service? (Torsten Winterberg)
  • Just Get it Written: Deploying Applications to WebLogic Server Using JDeveloper and WLS Console      (Peter Koletzke copresenter: Duncan Mills, Oracle)
  • What’s Hot and What’s Not – An Overview of Oracle Development Tools (Sten Vesterli)
  • Oracle JDeveloper 11g JAX-WS Web Services - As Easy As 1-2-3 - XSD, WSDL, Generate! (Chris Muir)
  • It's Happening! On Event-Driven SOA, Part I-III (Lucas Jellema)
I will be an ambassador for fellow ACE Directors Hajo and Torsten. Hopefully they don't mind that I am doing the job :)

As usual, I will twitter and blog about the few days in Washington, D.C. You can follow me on twitter (@myfear) and please don't forget to follow the official ODTUG twitter account (@ODTUG).
If this still is not enough, you can also search for the #ODTUG hashtag and listen, what others have to say about the conference.