Re: Oracle OpenWorld 2011 - Engineered for Innovation

From: joel garry <>
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2011 09:37:39 -0700 (PDT)
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On Sep 29, 2:32 am, CarlosAL <> wrote:
> On Sep 29, 11:22 am, wrote:
> > Attending Oracle OpenWorld is the most cost-effective and efficient way to stay ahead of the technology curve—and this year's event incorporates the popular Oracle Develop event as an official Oracle OpenWorld stream and adds a session-packed MySQL track to the Database stream.
> > If you've attended Oracle OpenWorld before, you know it's the most important educational and networking event of the year for Oracle technologists, customers, and partners. Oracle OpenWorld is the only conference that goes this deep and wide with Oracle technology, providing thousands of sessions and hundreds of demos geared toward
> > helping your company get better results with the technology it has—and plan strategically for the technology it will need to keep ahead of the competition in the years to come.
> > Visit: details and follow updates. Use #oow11 (hashtag) while tweeting about Oracle OpenWorld 2011.
> Wow!
> Spam from Oracle (India) itself!!
> Seeing is believing...
> Cheers.
> Carlos.

That was my first reaction too. But then I thought, well, it is on topic, and if I hadn't already known about the hashtag, it would have been informative. I still don't quite get how to get backwards from tweets that are replies to what is being replied to (without downloading some tool that will go obsolete in some short time). Maybe we need a google group fed from the tag that threads for us old geezers.


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