Monthly Archives: October 2011

Welcome to Q4! What about theatre and sports?

Continuing from my last post, let’s turn to theatre and sports, looking back at my thoughts from last quarter and looking forward to the rest of this year. Musical Theatre Summer is typically a quiet season for new shows opening … Continue reading

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Welcome to Q4! What’s changed since the summer?

Fall is in the air here in Seattle (and most other places in the U.S. and Europe).  We’ve had some lovely, crisp autumn days over the past week. At the beginning of each quarter this year, I’ve written about topics … Continue reading

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Oracle OpenWorld 2011 – Final Thoughts

Oracle OpenWorld ended last Thursday.  The week included several major announcements from Oracle.  Here is my take on the biggest of those: Fusion Applications are now Generally Available This marks the culmination of six years of effort and is a … Continue reading

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Oracle OpenWorld 2011 – My Prediction Scores Rise

Tuesday at Oracle OpenWorld (OOW) was another busy day of sessions for me and Wednesday promises to be just as full. The Tuesday morning keynote featured Michael Dell (founder and CEO of Dell Computer), followed by EVP of Systems at … Continue reading

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Oracle OpenWorld 2011 – Sunday and Monday Recap

Oracle OpenWorld (OOW) is under way. I attended a full day of sessions on Sunday and Monday. In addition, I saw Larry Ellison’s keynote address Sunday night and the Monday morning keynote by Oracle Presidents Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, … Continue reading

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