Posts tagged application development
We did it again! The team rejoined for the fourth Live FMW Application Development show, this time at Oracle Open World 2012 during the ADF EMG community event put together by Chris Muir. For three hours, we demonstrated to an audience of some 100 how you can create an application across four tiers – UI (ADF), Process (BPM), Service Integration (SOA Suite) and Database – that is completely integrated and provides end to end business process support. It is a great session to do and for the audience a pretty unique opportunity to learn about how the different pieces of FMW fit together and are used in real life. Note that most sessions at OOW are on one of the components only, not on the combination of them.
Some of the results to come out of this live demo show:
The slides of the show (very few as the real values was in the demo obviously)
Van 5 tot en met 7 september geeft AMIS de training iOS5 applicatieontwikkeling. Leer in drie dagen zelf apps voor iPhone en iPad ontwikkelen.
Schrijf je in via deze link: http://www.amis.nl/trainingen/ios-5-applicatieontwikkeling-bouw-apps-voor-ipad-en-iphone/ (more…)
OOW Presentation: Optimal Use of Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Database 11g for Modern Application Development
I just completed my second presentation here at Oracle Open World. It discusses Application Development inside and with the Database, introducing and discussing quite a few trends, concepts, best practices and new or rediscovered database features. It was nice presentation to prepare and to present: fun stuff, useful too and a very receptive audience. I promised the audience to make the presentation and the demo scripts available on the weblog within the hour, so here it is. I would like to thank everyone who attended the presentation – I really appreciated the interest shown and the feedback given afterwards. (more…)