I've created a special page on the Sage Computing website that details our involvement.
We will have a booth in the exhibition centre, so seek us out. In between mingling, feasting, networking and general mucking about you might have a chance to talk with us about resourcing, training or how nice the curry was today.
You can also find members of our team presenting at the following times:
- Chris Muir - Thursday 10:30 - Studio 1
The Ultimate Sales Pitch for ADF:
on strategic importance and practical value
- Ray Tindall - Thursday 11:30 - Astral 3
Tips, Tricks & Traps for Weblogic Server Installation & Maintenance
- Penny Cookson - Thursday 16:15 - The Studio
JDeveloper ADF and the Oracle Database: friends not foes
- Scott Wesley - Friday 8:45 - The Studio
Apex 4.1 Security: offering obfuscation options
- Penny Cookson, Chris Muir et al - Astral 2
Friday 13:45 - Panel Discussion
Presenting: from novice to expert - How your user group can improve your career.
Submit a question
- Chris Muir - Friday 14:45 - Studio 2
Angels in the Architecture:
An ADF Application Architecture Blueprint
We will also be reminding delegates of our two upcoming Perth workshops:
- Apex 4 Workshop November 9-11
- Oracle PL/SQL 11g Workshop 21-23
Talk to us for further details, we should have pamphlets available - right next to our freebies!
Swing by, there might be some other surprises.
With my 2011 AUSOUG Program Chair hat on, please check the AUSOUG conference program page for the latest updates - it's been a tough battle keeping the schedule still with the turbulence this year ;-)
To print it was updated 1st November. If you are interested in attending the panel session on Friday just after lunch - think about e-mailing us a question for the panel to discuss.
Something else you haven't seen before - on the second morning we have Dennis Ward introducing the Oracle ACE & Java Champions program at 8.25am, so grab a coffee/tea and come by Astral 3 to find out what the deal is with all the ACEs on the program.
Then later, after lunch listen/join in on a discussion with a panel of experts moderated by kind Vinod Patel - they will be talking about how user groups can help improve your career, and maybe even become an ACE yourself.
I look forward to meeting those I haven't met, and greeting those I haven't seen in a while. And a cheerio to those that I saw just the other day!
Bring on the food.
ps - if there is one presentation you should see, just for something different, check out Connor McDonald at the end of the last day. You'll come out laughing, and ready to find out which bar people are heading to!