Thursday, April 23, 2009

EBS, OOW Papers, Essbase, Web on the Road, Innovation


This week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

OOW Call for Papers

David Peake, Oracle APEX guru, reminds us to get those papers in if you want to be considered for presenting at Oracle Open World. The deadline has been extended to April 26th. That's coming up soon! 

Essbase Books

The author of the Look Smarter Than You Are blog has  a pair of new books out.

Web on the Road

Travel, especially international travel, can be a challenge to getting a decent Internet connection. Web Worker Daily has some good tips on tuning things up to have a better experience on the road.

Companies of the Future: Festo

A company I'd never heard of, Festo, is working on everything from robotic penguins to 3d printers. There's a nice promotional video showing off the penguins etc. here. Apart from the scary glowing white eyes, you could mistake these critters for real penguins if you saw them in murky water. 

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