The 2005 O’Reilly European Open Source Convention brings together diverse projects and communities from across the continent and around the world to address the changes and challenges unique to the European computing community. Convention participants will explore the remarkable range of open source technology and business innovations, from AJAX, Ruby on Rails, and Plone to open source stacks and IT best practices for open source adoption, integration, and deployment.
EuroOSCON targets the specific needs of European developers, programmers, strategists, entrepreneurs, and technologists, helping them to deliver the benefits of open source technology to their companies and organizations. Tutorials, sessions, panel discussions, and on-stage conversations focus on all aspects of building applications, services, and systems with an emphasis on practical skills. Mature technologies will be explored in depth alongside newer and less developed technology, allowing attendees to take in the full range of open source’s capabilities.
Join us at this essential gathering of open source leaders and practitioners of every open source persuasion to exchange ideas and push the boundaries of vital open source technologies.
- Access the original calling context in a callback function in TypeScript
- Creating (near) native mobile web app (aka progressive web app) for iOS with Ionic 2
- Application Container Cloud: Node.js hosting with enterprise-grade features
- Node.js: My first SOAP service
- Node.js: A simple pattern to increase perceived performance
- Benefits of a Canonical Data Model (CDM) in a SOA environment
- 6 surprising things you can do with Google search
- Virtual columns
- FTP Adapter Configuration for SFTP
- Virtual Private Database…
- Oracle SOA Suite Code Quality: SonarQube Quality Gates, XML Plugin and custom XPath rules
- Utilizing your IT environment with Oracle Database Appliance
- Digital Transformation calls for comprehensive Information Security measures.
- Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Overview, considerations and tools for Oracle Database and Fusion Middleware
- Force Text to UpperCase in RichInputText as the user is typing (make sure the cursor stays in one place)
- How to create a private 10 Gb network on an ODA X5-2
- Network considerations on an ODA X5-2
- Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S and X6-2M, filling the gap
- Using Angular2 on top of Oracle 11g