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Chris Jones:
Come and Join us in San Francisco this Week
September 23, 2013 @ 10:42:11

If you're going to be in the San Francisco area this week and are looking to absorb lots of great PHP + Oracle knowledge, Chris Jones invites you to stop by OpenWorld/JavaOne/MySQL Connect happening at the Moscone Center the 22nd through the 26th.

It's the week of the huge Oracle OpenWorld, JavaOne and MySQL Connect conferences in San Francisco. The week will be a blast with so many things happening. The easiest way to find sessions is to browse the Content Catalog.

He lists out several of the PHP-related sessions happening at this year's event including:

You can find out more information about the event on the main conference site.

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Link: https://blogs.oracle.com/opal/entry/come_and_join_us_in

Chris Jones' Blog:
Scripting Language Related Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne, October 2011
September 27, 2011 @ 12:05:43

Chris Jones has a new post today sharing a schedule of a few scripting-related sessions coming up at Oracle's OpenWorld and JavaOne conferences.

Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne conferences are happening in San Francisco next week. It will be a busy and exciting time.

The PHP-related sessions are at OpenWorld this year including:

For more information on the OpenWorld conference (happening October 2nd through 6th in Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA) take a look at the main event site.

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Christopher Jones' Blog:
Oracle Conference PHP Hands-on-labs are on Sunday 21st September 2008
September 14, 2008 @ 19:17:27

If you're going to be attending this year's OpenWorld, be sure to check out the hands-on sessions they'll have to how to develop web applications with the powerful database as a backend.

The labs pack a lot into their respective slots, and I think you'll be very happy with them. The first lab is an introduction to PHP and the OCI8 extension. This is a new and improved version of the lab we ran last year. The second lab is a brand new course. It looks at more of the technologies used to build PHP Web apps - connection pooling, AJAX, debugging and frameworks.

These labs are happening on Sunday the 21st, the first day of the conference, so you'll need be sure to make plans to make it over there to catch them.

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Christopher Jones' Blog:
Don't Forget Oracle Develop in San Francisco
October 05, 2006 @ 07:25:14

Christopher Jones has a note on his blog today about the Orcale Develop Conference happening in San Francisco October 23rd through the 25th and some of the PHP involvement there.

First on my ToDo list is Oracle's user conference. PHP is well represented at Oracle Develop. This is a new part of the huge Oracle OpenWorld event running in San Francisco in a few weeks.

Registrations are still open for Oracle Develop. You can register separately or if you register for the full OpenWorld you get the Develop conference gratis, I was told. Check the fine print on this.

Talks for the conference include:

  • Rasmus Lerdorf's "Getting Rich with PHP"
  • "Hands-on Lab: Developing and Deploying Oracle and PHP" from a representative from Oracle
  • and Christopher Jones giving a talk on "The PHP/Oracle Experience: Building for Scalability"

Check out the conference website for more information and to register today.

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