August 4, 2011

Oracle Openworld 2011 Schedule Builder is Now Live

Oracle OpenWorld 2011 Content Management team announced today that the conference Schedule Builder is now online. Registered attendees can log in to search through hundreds of sessions, partner exhibits, and Oracle demos and find content of interest to enroll in sessions and build your conference agenda.

A recommendation engine powered by Oracle Data Mining provides a list of sessions, demos and exhibits that are most relevant to you. Once a session is added to the personal agenda, any session change information or communication is automatically sent. It also provides the conference organizers an idea about the popularity of a session. In case the designated room is overbooked on the schedule builder, then the session is often moved to a location with more seating capacity. It is always a good idea to use the Schedule Builder to enroll in sessions and get early access. In order to gain early access attendees must be enrolled in the session and arrive at least ten minutes before the session start time. Enrolled attendees are seated first and then non-enrolled attendees are seated for the most popular sessions.

Those who are yet to register, please view the Content Catalog to see list of session topics, demos and exhibits. Please add Session # 8042 on your agenda for a session on Oracle Certification at Moscone Center West Room 3000 from 5.00pm - 6.00pm. One lucky attendee will win an Oracle Certification Exam exam voucher as the audience prize!