Speaking of Speaking at Collaborate 13 – 4/7-4/11/2013 Denver Colorado

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Session 428 – Monday 4/8/2013 9:45-10:45A MHB 3C

Wondering what the black box of Fusion Middleware really entails? Not sure the difference between Fusion Middleware, Fusion Applications, Cold Fusion, or Fusion Jazz… we can help! This presentation will give a high level overview of what tools are part of Fusion Middleware and briefly touch on what they do. This session will be a lead in for the rest of the day where you can get more detailed information about some of the Fusion Middleware products. Start your day at a high level and begin your Fusion Middleware learning here.

Objectives
1. Clarify the various categories of technology that comprise the Fusion stack and how they are related to application design, development and administration.
2. Identify focus areas for further exploration and education by Functional Roles.
3. Differentiate between Fusion Applications and Fusion Middleware components and how they are related to each other.

Oh, and  Register by March 6 and save up to $300 off the onsite rate! When you register, please choose priority code BOD13 during the demographic section (step 4) of the registration process and enter my name in the “Recruit a New Attendee” section.

http://collaborate13.ioug.org/p/cm/ld/fid=114

Early registration discounts start disappearing on March 6th – go Now and Save Early!

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