RAC SIG Events at OOW

As the events chairperson for the RAC SIG, I wanted to make everyone aware of the events we have scheduled for next week at Oracle OpenWorld SF. Anyone is welcome to attend our sessions, though you’ll probably need a conference badge of some sort to get in (I recall that the room monitors are usually pretty sticky about letting people in without proper conference badges). Anyway, here are the events we have planned. You’ll also find them on the homepage of our website.

  • Sunday, 4pm, Moscone West 2002-L2: RAC SIG Birds of a Feather Discussion Session, S292952
  • Monday, 12:30pm, Moscone South 310: RAC SIG Customer Panel, S291621
  • Tuesday, 10:45am, Moscone South 310: Panel Discussion: Deploying Siebel, SAP, Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, and Hyperion on a Grid, S291659
  • Tuesday, 12:15pm, Moscone South 310: RAC SIG Expert Panel, S291665

Besides great content at these events, you’ll find many of the RAC SIG board members attending, hosting, moderating, and participating in these events. If you’re interested in becoming more involved with the group, please seek out one of us to discuss how you can help. Also, we’re always looking for potential presenters for our live webcast series, so we may be seeking you out to solicit your participation in that as well!

Either way, attending these sessions or not, I encourage you to sign up for an account on the RAC SIG website. This will enable you to access our recorded past webcasts (on demand playback at any time) and receive email reminders about upcoming events.

See you in SF! Be sure to confirm the room assignments and session times as they sometimes change in last-minute planning by OOW staff.

  • Magda

    have fun at the Billy Joel concert with Eric!!!!

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    Since some sessions are probably filled to capacity, I’m working under the assumption that they’ll not only check to make sure that you have a badge, but to make sure that you have the RIGHT badge (i.e. one that is registered for the session in question).

  • http://www.dannorris.com/ Dan Norris

    Yes, but it is common for people to add the session to their schedule and then not actually attend the session. So, you may still have a good chance at making it in the session if you are patient. They usually allow anyone in about 5 minutes before the session if there is capacity remaining. I think that this list is a representative list of how many people use the schedule builder tool.