July 23, 2011

163 ACEs In This Deck

If Oracle OpenWorld 2011 content catalog was a deck of cards, there would be 163 Aces in the deck. The Oralce Technology Network (OTN) Blog lists the Oracle ACE holders presenting at Oracle OpenWorld in a blog post appropriately titled: Are You Kidding Me? 163 Oracle ACE Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld

The Who's Who of the Oracle Universe is presenting and it is a very humble feeling to be included in the list. I hope to feature some of the illustrious names in the 'Meet The Experts' section of this blog. If you are attending Oracle OpenWorld 2011, add the ACE sessions to your schedule. Here is my wish list of ACE sessions to attend (apart from the one I am presenting!):
  • Andy Katz - Upgrading to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1 Without Losing Your Hair or Your Wallet
  • Benjamin Prusinski - Lockdown: Secure Your Database in a Day
  • Brian Huff - Creating a Global E-Commerce Site with Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Chris Muir - Angels in the Architecture: An Oracle Application Development Framework Architectural Blueprint
  • Debra Lilley - Do I Upgrade or Go Straight to Oracle Fusion Applications?
  • Elke Phelps - Advanced Oracle E-Business Suite Architectures: Maximum Availability, Security, and More
  • Floyd Teter - The ABCs of Implementing Oracle Fusion Project Portfolio Management
  • Jerry Ireland - Interfacing with Oracle E-Business Suite by Using Oracle SOA Suite
  • John Stouffer - 12 Steps to Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Upgrade: Hazelden Foundation Release 12 Lessons Learned
  • Kaberi Nayak - Upgrading to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1: Technical/Functional Panel
  • Karen Brownfield - Maximize Efficiency of Oracle E-Business Suite 11i and 12 Through Diagnostics
  • Michael Brown - Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11.5.10.2 to Release 12.1.3: A Technical Perspective
  • Pat Dues - Best Practices for Maintaining Oracle E-Business Suite 12
  • Raimonds Simanovskis - Extending Oracle E-Business Suite with Ruby on Rails
  • Wilfred van der Deijl - Four Ways to Transition from Oracle Forms to Oracle ADF

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