For the health and safety of attendees, the in-person Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2020 conference which was supposed to move to Las Vegas this fall has been canceled and will be replaced with a series of free virtual events be announced soon.
Oracle's OpenWorld four-day conference originally set for September 21 – 24, 2020 in Las Vegas is the industry's most comprehensive technology and developer conferences and one of the biggest annual technology events in the world. The four-day annual convention attracts more than 60,000 Oracle customers and partners and gives Oracle a chance to show off its latest products and hosts learning sessions and keynote addresses for business owners, IT managers and other business decision makers.
After two decades at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA, Oracle OpenWorld will be making Las Vegas its new home starting in 2021.
Caesars Forum, a new 550,000 square foot conference center in Las Vegas will be home to Oracle OpenWorld and Code One starting with Oracle OpenWorld® 2020 this September.
Oracle OpenWorld will not take place in Las Vegas this September 21 – 24 as previously scheduled.
The in-person conference will be replaced with a series of free virtual events.
Expect state-of-the-art experience at the next Oracle OpenWorld and Code One in Las Vegas. With over 2,000 sessions and dozens of big company announcements, Oracle OpenWorld 2020 will be jam-packed full of new developments and exciting headlines.
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No. The in-person Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2020 conference which was supposed to move to Las Vegas this fall has been canceled and will be replaced with a series of free virtual events.
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Oracle OpenWorld 2020 would have been hosted at Caesars Forum, a $375 million, 550,000 square-foot state-of-the-art conference facility, off the Vegas Strip.
2021 dates are to be announced
Caesars Forum is located directly behind The LINQ Promenade and right next to the High Roller just east of the Las Vegas Strip (mid-strip)
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With over 60,000 Oracle customers and partners, 2,000 sessions, 250 exhibitors, and speakers from more than 90 countries, Oracle OpenWorld can feel a bit overwhelming at times. There is simply a lot jam-packed into a four-day conference. Planning ahead, understanding how to work the exhibit floor and how to get from point A to B efficiently is important. Follow the steps below for some time saving and money saving tips and tricks.
Step 1: The new Caesars Forum is a 550,000 square foot conference center, so expect to do a lot of walking and networking with other partners.
Step 2: Bring the most comfortable walking shoes you can find to Las Vegas. Your feet will thank you later.
Step 3: Plan ahead, start early and allow extra time for everything. Expect long lines when entering show venues, arriving at meetings, keynotes and events. Also be prepared for long cab lines or rental car check-in lines.
Step 4: With so much going on, you are better off creating a schedule ahead of time. Utilize the official conference agenda to keep track of your minute-by-minute to-do list. Write down the things you absolutely want to see and learn about. Then use the Oracle OpenWorld mobile app to map out your day.
Step 5: Dress for the occasion. Whether you're representing yourself or your company, bring along your branded clothing. Your logo golf shirt, button-down, or hats will help others instantly recognize you and your company.
Step 6: Network with other Oracle OpenWorld and Code One attendees to share experiences
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