Thursday, September 22, 2005


Closing Call

No keynote today, so I spent the morning packing up my free t-shirts and checking out of the hotel. Because there were some key PeopleSoft sessions scheduled for later today, the plan was to checkout and let the bellman hold my bags until it was time to leave for the airport. The first session I had was at 9:30 on the
HR to Financials Interface for Sarbanes-Oxley
. It really offered nothing new over the earlier Sox session I attended. Then, after lunch, was the
PeopleSoft HCM Q&A
. It was an opportunity for anyone to get up and ask a team of PeopleSoft experts some questions. Many of the questions centered on desired upgrades to PeopleSoft, or concerns about insufficient training classes being offered. There was nothing that could be applied directly back in the office, but it did give me an opportunity to talk with Gretchen Alarcon, the speaker from yesterday's PeopleSoft 8.9 session and ask her to come speak in Chicago. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.

With the final session wrapped up, and most of the conference already collapsed back into crates, it was all over at the Moscone Center. A couple of us were taking the red eye out at 11:30 PM (to make it back to the office on Friday. What were we thinking?) So we took a leisurely walk to what would be our last supper in San Francisco and then headed to the airport.

What a week!! Guess I'll just stretch out under my souvenier Oracle blanket, rest my head on some conference t-shirts, and catch a few zzz before the flight leaves. And so ends my first Open World Blog. Want more? Use this link to find some Oracle sanctioned Open World Blogs.

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