Android App for Data Warehousing and Big Data at #oow15

Android App for OOW15

A number of people have asked if I could make a smartphone app version of my usual OpenWorld web app (OpenWorld 2015 on your smartphone and tablet) which does not require a data or wifi connection. For Android users there is some good news: here is my new Android app for OpenWorld that installs on your smartphone and runs without needing a wifi connection or a mobile data connection.
This DW and Big Data app is nice and small so it is quick to download and install onto your phone. It contains everything you need to know about data warehousing and big activities at OpenWorld. The app has sections for:
  • Key Oracle Speakers - arranged by category 
  • Data warehouse and big data sessions by Oracle product managers, key partners and customers. Organized by category and day-by-day
  • Hands on Labs. Organized by category and day-by-day
  • Maps to help you find your way around Moscone and the surrounding area
To download the Android app click here: DWBDoow15.apk. Please note that your phone may require you to allow installation of apps from sources other than Google Play Store. The app does not require access to any other app, emails, logs, contacts etc on your phone.
My plan for next year I will have the app posted on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Therefore, it would be really helpful to get some feedback please on this app - is it a good idea to have a dedicated app, what additional content would you like to have, etc etc.
Hope this helps you get organised for this year’s incredible conference. Enjoy OpenWorld. If you get a chance then please stop and say “Hi” at our demo booth: SQL Analytics and Analytic Views, the booth id is SLD-046.
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