Two great events at Kscope13 for Oracle ADF users and developers

We’re getting ready to fly out to New Orleans to attend Kscope13 next week. Kscope13 is offering a wealth of great sessions for the Oracle Community. I’ve written about my sessions and our joint scavenger hunt with PITSS for Oracle Forms developers. Now I want to let you know about two additional, exciting, and unique events at the conference, aimed at those interested in Oracle ADF:

Monday Night Oracle ADF Hackathon
Monday, June 24, 8:00PM CDT

In the tradition of Java Killer Apps competitions, Kscope is throwing an ADF Mobile hackathon.
Bring your own laptop, and build your own ADF apps at this two-hour application-building marathon. The hackathon will be lead by leading worldwide ADF experts and product managers to guide you through the challenge.
The event is open to both beginners and expert ADF developers. Competition will be pretty tough in the expert field, as our very own Yossi Nakash will enter the competition to design a killer ADF Mobile app…

May the best man win!

Sunday Oracle ADF and Fusion Development Symposium
Sunday, June 23, all-day event starting from 8:30AM CDT
Part of the Sunday Symposium, this event offers back-to-back sessions hosted by the Oracle ADF product management team (Bill Pataky, Shay Shmeltzer, Lynn Munsinger, Dana Singleterry, Joe Huang, and Frederic Desbiens), and a Q&A session at the end.
The sessions will explore the latest development trends, including mobile and cloud, getting started with Oracle ADF, the relationship between ADF and FMW, and more.
For a detailed agenda, click here.

See you all soon

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