(The slides from) Don't Call us, We'll Push you – on Cross Tier Push Architecture (JavaOne 2011)
I just completed my Birds of a Feather session at JavaOne 2011 about Push in an enterprise application architecture. Over 150 attendees were in the audience, many of them asking questions afterwards. It felt like it went well.
The slides for this session are below. I will post source code for the demos at some later stage.
- Some announcements from JavaOne 2011 – Moving Java Forward
- Role of the Database in a J2EE Architecture – Dumb Data Store? Only Data Tier? Also Business Tier?
- Scribble on a Pull-turns-push architecture based on http – registering web applications as event listeners
- Report from JavaOne 2007 – The future of the Java Technology Web Tier
- (the slides from) Reaching out from PL/SQL (Oracle Open World 2011)
- JDeveloper code templates
- On the Integrity of Data
- Running Oracle Designer Generation from Ant and Hudson
- How Oracle Database uses internal locks to make statement level constraint validation robust at the transaction level
- OTN Yathra 2013 – Spreading the story of Oracle across India – (Half time)
- Dear Java/JEE developer – why should you care about ADF?
- OOW 2012: The yearly AMIS Review from Oracle Open World and JavaOne – slides available
- Kom kennismaken met AMIS en doe mee met uitdagende projecten
- JavaOne 2012: The Big Stories
- JavaOne 2012: What’s new in Servlet3.1: An Overview