Thursday Oct 03, 2013

Video Interview: Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema

In this interview recorded at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Oracle ACE Director and AMIS Services CTO Lucas Jellema talks about SOA, DevOps, and Agile, and describes his work in a project for the Dutch Ministry of Justice that involves a massive transformation from a mid-90s-style architecture to a modern service-oriented architecture based on Oracle Fusion Middleware.

(Note the expert microphone handling skills of the interviewer...)

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ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for October 3, 2013

  1. OTN Virtual Developer Day: Up to Your Elbows in Weblogic and Coherence
    Coming soon to a screen right in front of your face! This OTN Virtual Developer Day event will focus on Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence, with sessions and hands-on labs to show you how you can manage your build, deploy and management processes to streamline your application's life cycle. It's free, so register now!
  2. Video: Design - ADF Architectural Patterns - Colossal | Chris Muir
    Continuing his examination of ADF Architectural Patterns, Chris Muir looks at the "Colossal" pattern.
  3. 5 Coolest Features of the new WebCenter Portal ( | Mitchell Palski
    Mitchell Palski shares a detailed list of the new features in Oracle WebCenter Portal What's your favorite new feature? What features are missing?
  4. JavaOne13 : (Key) Notes of a conference – State of the Java platform and all the roadmaps | Lucas Jellema
    The always prolific Lucas Jellema, CTO at AMIS Services and an Oracle ACE Director, continues his post OOW13/JavaOne13 coverage with a detailed overview of the keynote presentations at JavaOne 2013.

Thought for the Day

"If a man has talent and can't use it, he's failed. If he uses only half of it, he has partly failed. If he uses the whole of it, he has succeeded, and won a satisfaction and triumph few men ever know."

Thomas Wolfe
(October 3, 1900 – September 15, 1938)





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