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ADF sessions at Oracle Open World (San Fracisco Sep 30 - Oct 4 2012)

Here is the consolidated schedule for ADF sessions for Oracle Open World 2012
Oracle ADF and Fusion Development 

You may also be interested in....

  • Chris Tonas's keynote for developers - Monday 10:45 at Salon 8 in the Marriot - The Future of Development for Oracle Fusion—From Desktop to Mobile to Cloud
  • ADF Meetup - Wed 4:30-5:30 at the OTN Lounge in the Howard street tent - meet other ADF users and the ADF product managers
btw,I do have a couple of sessions this time. See you there...


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