ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 9, 2012
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Nov 09, 2012
- Exploring Lambda Expressions for the Java Language and the JVM | Java Magazine
In the latest //Java/Architect column in Java Magazine, Ben Evans, Martijn Verburg, and Trisha Gee explain how, "although Lambda expressions might seem unfamiliar to begin with, they're quite easy to pick up, and mastering them will be vital for writing applications that can take full advantage of modern multicore CPUs."
- Converting SSL certificate generated by a 3rd party to an Oracle Wallet | Paulo Albuquerque
Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Paulo Albuquerque shares "a workaround to get your private key, certificate and CA trusted certificates chain into Oracle Wallet."
- Portal And Content - Content Integration - Best Practices | Stefan Krantz
This post from Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team architect Stefan Krantz "will help you understand ground up how to design, architect and implement business enabled, responsive and performing portals with complex requirements on business centric information publishing."
- Global Event Series: Oracle Cloud Builder Summit
Enterprise IT is changing. That's not exactly a news flash, but let's face it, if your skills aren't up to the task, you're going to be left behind. That's why the Oracle Cloud Builder Summit presents a great opportunity to get out in front of the evolution of IT. Through multiple demonstrations you'll learn how to build—in only two hours—an enterprise cloud environment, and how to fast-track your applications to the cloud. Click here to find dates and locations around the globe.
- Unexpected advantage of Engineered Systems | Solaris 11 Maintenance Lifecycle Blog
There's a lot of genuinely useful information in this post, based on the personal experience of the blogger. But it makes me nuts when smart Oracle people with expertise to share don't include their actual names in the blog posts. So thanks, user12244672, for an interesting post. But unless you're a superhero, maybe you can reveal your true identity…?
Thought for the Day
"The purpose of computers is human freedom."