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.
- Development and Runtime Experiences with a Canonical Data Model Part I: Standards & Guidelines
- Development and Runtime Experiences with a Canonical Data Model Part II: XML Namespace Standards
- Development and Runtime Experiences with a Canonical Data Model Part III: Dependency Management & Interface Tailoring
- Single-Sign-On to Oracle ERP Cloud
- Oracle SOA Suite: Find that composite instance!
- Apache Kafka on the Oracle Cloud: My First experiences with Oracle Event Hub Cloud Service
- Introducing NoSQL and MongoDB to Relational Database professionals
- Oracle Public Cloud – Invoking ICS endpoints from SOA CS – configure SSL certificate and basic authentication
- Change UUIDs in VirtualBox
- Oracle Service Bus : Service Exploring via WebLogic Server MBeans with JMX
- Getting ADF Data in a Jet Component (2)
- Getting ADF Data in a Jet Component (1)
- Getting started with Oracle PaaS Service Manager Command Line Interface (PSM)
- Runtime version of Node on Oracle Application Container Cloud (0.12 vs. 6.9.1) – easy single click upgrade
- Oracle Service Bus : disable / enable a proxy service via WebLogic Server MBeans with JMX
- Dump Oracle data into a delimited ascii file with PL/SQL
- DIY Parallelization with Oracle DBMS_DATAPUMP
- AMIS Tools Showroom – The Sequel – Donderdag 16 maart 2017
- Node.js application writing to MongoDB – Kafka Streams findings read from Kafka Topic written to MongoDB from Node
- Public Cloud consequences with an Oracle environment