Enterprise Architecture Meet-Up at Oracle OpenWorld

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Enterprise Architecture Meet-Up at Oracle OpenWorld

Time: October 12, 2009 from 4:30pm to 6pm
Location: Overlook III in Moscone West, near the OTN Lounge,
Street: Howard St. at 4th
City/Town: San Francisco
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?h…
Event Type: meet-up
Organized By: Bob Rhubart
Latest Activity: Nov 13, 2009

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When: Monday, October 12, 2009, 4:30 pm
Where: Moscone West, 3rd Floor, Overlook III (near the OTN Lounge)

Each year IT professionals from around the world are drawn to Oracle OpenWorld by the opportunity to gain insight and expertise from leaders in the Oracle community. This year OTN is hosting an Enterprise Architect/Architecture Meet-Up as a way of acknowledging the unique role Enterprise Architects play in that community.

This special event is your chance to talk shop, swap stories, and enjoy some refreshments with your peers in an informal atmosphere.

So if you're a software architect at any level, or you're simply interested in learning more about Enterprise Architecture, we hope you'll take advantage of this unique opportunity to forge new connections -- and re-establish old ones - with your colleagues in this important community.

This Enterprise Architect/Architecture Meet-Up is open to all OpenWorld attendees, so please feel free to mention this event in your blog, on Twitter, etc.

For more architect/architecture-related OpenWorld events, please see Focus on Architects and Architecture (pdf), as well as the Architect's Guide to OpenWorld on the Oracle Wiki.

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Comment by Bob Rhubart on November 13, 2009 at 6:39am
It's unforgivably belated, but I want to thank everyone who turned out for the EA Meet-up at OOW09. It was a special treat for me to get to meet f2f with so many smart, funny people. The conversations were excellent, and provided enough ideas/topics for Arch2Arch podcast to carry well into next year.
Comment by Bob Rhubart on October 9, 2009 at 7:12am
Don't get the wrong idea from the RSVP list. I promoted this event through a variety of channels, and have direct commitments from more than 20 people -- and the list is growing.

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