OOW 2012: My ADF OOW 2012 schedule
This years visit to Oracle Open World is for me the best of both worlds. First of all I get to attend one of the biggest, if not the biggest, IT conferences in the world. Second, I have two presentations. Both are on Sunday afternoon. The first one is a Fusion Middleware Live Development session where we as a team show you the steps involved in creating an application using nearly all parts of Fusion Middleware. My role in the team is to explain how we build the UI part of the application and how we used ADF to do that. Also I will show you how you can create an interactive dashboard using DVT components such as graphs and gauges. More info on this session can be found here.
Right in the middle of this session I have to leave the room in order to go to my next presentation. This presentation is called “mobile development with Oracle JDeveloper and ADF”. In this session I show you some of the options that you have if you want to extend your enterprise application to mobile devices. I cannot go into much detail yet. Having said that, I’ve probably said enough. More info is available here.
After my presentation I head straight to the Oracle Benelux Networking Event which is sponsored by AMIS.
The rest of the week is also dedicated ADF and to mobile development.
Monday, I’ll be attending one of the 8 Hand on Labs where one can develop mobile applications for iOS and Android with ADF mobile.
Tuesday is a mashup day containing session about ADF, Forms and SOA.
After that, on Wednesday I have several more sessions on mobile development. Data Visualization best practices on mobile devices, spatial mashup on mobile devices, and about next generation infrastructure for HTML5 and mobile apps. And maybe I will meet you at the OOW 2012 Bloggers Meetup.
Thursday I call a “whatever comes up day”, where I will probably do a lot of handson stuff, and in the evening I have diner with all of the AMIS employees that are also at OOW.
Keep an eye on this weblog and read all my Oracle Open World news and experiences.
- ADF: (Automatic) Partial Page Rendering across Taskflows
- ADF client-side architecture – Select All
- ADF DVT: Analyzing Financial Position of the European Football (Soccer) Leagues using Treemap
- ADF DVT – Scaling TreeMap components for comparisons across masters and categories
- ADF DVT: Using the Tree Map visualization component – to compare relative sizes and distributions
- ADF DVT: Using the Timeline component to visualize the recent history of an RSS feed
- ADF 220.127.116.11 : The return of the paging table (… and more ….)
- ADF: (re-)Introducing Contextual Events in several simple steps
- ADF DVT Speed Date: Interactive Bubble Graph
- ADF Mobile : Implementing the “Pull to Refresh” Pattern