3 Reasons to Sign Up for Oracle OpenWorld This Week

Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Code One may be 2.5 months away, but this week is the best week to register to attend. Why? Here are three reasons.

1. SavingsEarly Bird ends Saturday

Now is the best time to sign up for Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Code One from a price perspective. From now until August 11, we are offering the Early Bird rate, which saves you $400 off the onsite conference price. The price will go up on August 12, so be sure to lock in the price before Saturday. [Note that “The Pass” gets you access to both Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Code One!] 

2. Customer Content

We’re rolling out new Oracle OpenWorld customer sessions every day. With brand-name customers like FedEx, Avis, American Red Cross, and Macy’s speaking, you’ll get to hear case studies across industries, departments, and technology stacks. We believe there’s truly something for everyone in the content catalog, so take a look and start favoriting the sessions that will help you achieve your business goals. 

3. Plan your Trip to Northern California

Not only will you cash in on savings by registering this week, you’ll also get an early pick at a nearby hotel. If you’ve attended Oracle OpenWorld or JavaOne in the past, you know that it’s a busy week in downtown San Francisco. By picking a nearby hotel, you’ll be able to walk to Moscone and nearby activities.

Plus, locking in your trip now gives you even more time to plan your week in California. With wine country and the Redwoods just to the North, there’s so much to explore and do just outside of San Francisco. If traveling outside of the city isn’t feasible this time around, you’ll definitely want to make the most of San Francisco’s amazing culinary scene. Whether it’s Italian in North Beach or burritos in the Mission, San Francisco has some of the best food in the country. Plan your trip today!

Find registration information on Oracle OpenWorld here, and for Oracle Code One here. Sign up today!

 

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