Expertezed FREE SESSIONS from Oracle Open World 2012
The sessions will be delivered in between 26 November and 7 December 2012.
Session 1 29 November at 18:00 CET - 19:00 CET (10:00 AM PST - 11:00 AM PST)
The Very, Very Latest in Oracle Database Development - Oracle Develop - Bring SQL and PL/SQL developers up to speed with the very latest features
The functionality available to PL/SQL and SQL developers has evolved over the successive releases of Oracle Database. The improvements have allowed for faster development, richer functionality, and better-performing code. Areas of recent improvements include core SQL (joining, subquery factoring, PL/SQL integration), flashback, data mining, zero-downtime application upgrades, fine-grained auditing and authorization, and PL/SQL language extensions. This session demonstrates some of the most useful recent additions to Oracle Database for application developers—including some that may be released just prior to the conference.
Expert Lucas Jellema - ACE Director, Fusion Middleware ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Session 2 Date will follow soon
Deploy with Joy : Using Hudson to build and deploy your Oracle ADF applications - Oracle Develop - Discuss the advantages of build automation
Can you perform one-click deployments of your Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) applications? Do you have a fresh installation when you arrive at the office? Are you being notified when a build fails? If you have to answer no to most of these questions, come learn how you can use Hudson to leverage your Oracle ADF development process. In this session, you’ll experience the advantages of an automated delivery process including automatic compilation and build, rapid deployment, scheduled execution, and central reporting. The presentation demonstrates what it takes to automate an Oracle ADF application and shows how to use Hudson as the central environment to perform the (scheduled or manual) execution of build, test, deployment, code analysis, and the like.
Expert Aino Andriessen - Oracle Architect _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Session 3 7 December at 18:00 CET - 19:00 CET (10:00 AM PST - 11:00 AM PST)
The future of forms is … Oracle Forms (and friends) - Oracle Middleware - Discuss the status of Oracle Forms compared to other technologies for application development
Many organizations run enterprise Oracle Forms applications created in the ’90s. They now wonder about the future of their applications. This session tells how modernization of the application landscape might take place. The main approaches going forward to be discussed: modernize the forms themselves with Oracle Forms 11g and 12c, integrate the forms with Web 2.0 and SOA components, embed the forms in modern Web 2.0 applications, render the forms to new devices, wrap the forms as a service and build new multichannel user interfaces on top of them, or migrate or rebuild the functionality on a new technology platform. The presentation explores the options, discusses the merits, demonstrates the consequences, and draws conclusions from actual experiences.
Expert Lucas Jellema - ACE Director, Fusion Middleware _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Session 4 Postponed - Date will follow soon
Mobile Development with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF - Oracle Middleware - Get to know mobile development options with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF
There are many Web-based or device-native techniques for creating mobile applications. To support multiple devices, such as iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets, applications are developed many times with multiple tools, languages, and platforms. This session demonstrates using just one tool, Oracle JDeveloper, and one framework, Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), to develop mobile applications. You will see options for Oracle ADF’s Rich Client and Trinidad features and be introduced to the Oracle ADF Mobile feature. Oracle ADF Mobile makes it possible to create one application that runs on multiple mobile platforms. Oracle ADF Mobile leverages Oracle ADF developer skills to significantly lower the learning curve for mobile development.
Expert Luc Bors - Oracle Principal Development consultant
Session 5 Date will follow soon
Enhancing PeopleSoft with Related Content - Oracle Applications Peoplesoft - Get to know mobile development options with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF
How to set up Related Content in Peoplesoft to enhance components with dynamic information. Like Peoplesoft or external, without any customisations. First the introduction of related content, what is it. Than we discuss what architecture is needed. We look at the set up of the necessary web services. I will give examples of the practical use of related content for clickable queries, other component and I will show related content in google maps in a live demo.
Expert Gijs Meerbach - Oracle Peoplesoft Principal consultant and trainer
Session 6 4 December at 18:00 CET - 19:00 CET (10:00 AM PST - 11:00 AM PST)
Introduction to Fusion Applications
In this one hour session we will take you through the highlights of Fusion Applications, with focus on the modules of Human Capital Management, Customer Relationship Management, and how to implement Fusion Applications, the security layer underneath the Application, and what means co-existence.
Expert Michael W. van der Wilden - Oracle certified Fusion Applications CRM and HCM consultant and trainer
Session 7 3 December at 18:00 CET - 19:00 CET (10:00 AM PST - 11:00 AM PST)
Oracle XMLDB database Use Cases
Oracle XMLDB is a no cost option in all database versions of the Oracle relational database. To make effective use of XML in you database architecture, it is important to understand the pro and cons of effectively handle, generate, or store XML. This session will address these issues when and when not to use XMLDB, but also show the big advantages of doing part of the XML work in the database. Getting sub second answers from 100+ MB XML documents in the database is not big deal while trying to achieve the same in a middle tier architecture may seem almost impossible. That XMLDB can help solve some of this architecture problems getting data out of XML has been proven by customers dealing with multiple tens of Terabytes of XML documents in there non Exa-environments across the globe, handling millions of structured, semi-structured and unstructured XML documents on a daily basis.
Expert Marco Gralike - Oracle ACE Director