ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-06-20
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Jun 20, 2012
- New book: Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: First Look
Congratulations to Michel Schildmeijer on the publication of his new book.
- Call for Nominations: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards 2012 - Win a free pass to #OOW12
These awards honor customers for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware. Either a customer, their partner, or an Oracle representative can submit the nomination form on behalf of the customer. Submission deadline: July 17. Winners receive a free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco.
- ODTUG Kscope12 - June 24-28 - San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX, June 24-28, 2012
Kscope12, sponsored by ODTUG, is your home for Application Express, BI and Oracle EPM, Database Development, Fusion Middleware, and MySQL training by the best of the best!
- Eclipse and Oracle Fusion Development - Free Virtual Event, July 10th
Get more out of Eclipse with these useful resources.
- How to Create Multiple Internal Repositories for Oracle Solaris 11 | Albert White
Albert White shows you how to create and manage internal repositories for release, development, and support versions of Solaris 11.
- Social Technology and the Potential for Organic Business Networks | Michael Fauscette
"An organic business network driven company is the antithesis of a hierarchical, rigid, reactive, process-constrained, and siloed organization."
- Cloud Bursting between AWS and Rackspace | High Scalability
Nati Shalom explains "cloud bursting," an interesting hybrid cloud model.
- Born-again cloud advocates finally see the light | David Linthicum
"I can't help but wish that we keep an open mind about the next technology evolution when it begins and get religion earlier," says Linthicum.
- How to know that a method was run, when you didn’t write that method | RedStack
Middleware A-Team blogger Mark Nelson shares a useful tip for those working with ADF.
Thought for the Day
"There does not now, nor will there ever exist, a programming language in which it is the least bit hard to write bad programs."
— L. Flon