Podcast Show Notes: Mobile Architectures and Oracle ADF Mobile

The latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast features a panel of Oracle ADF Mobile experts in a discussion about mobile architectures.

The Panelists

  • Andrejus Baranovskis
    Twitter Blog LinkedIn Oracle ACE Director
    Oracle ACE Director and Independent Oracle Consultant with Red Samurai Consulting, where he specializes in Oracle Fusion Middleware and SOA, and frequently blogs on Oracle ADF Mobile. Andrejus is based in Lithuania.
  • Luc Bors
    Twitter Blog LinkedIn Oracle ACE
    Oracle ADF expertise Lead and technical specialist/architect at AMIS. Luc frequently writes about Oracle ADF on his AMIS Technology blog and has published articles on the topic in industry magazines. Luc is based in the Netherlands
  • Steven Davelaar
    Twitter Blog LinkedIn
    Consulting Solutions Architect on the Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team where he focuses on Oracle ADF and Oracle WebCenter. Steven is also based in the Netherlands.
  • Shay Shmeltzer
    Twitter Blog LinkedIn
    Senior Group Manager at Oracle focused on Oracle ADF and Oracle JDeveloper and on the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse and NetBeans. Shay is based in the San Francisco Bay area.

The Conversation

  • Listen to Part 1: The panel discusses the relative merits of the Web, Native, and Hybrid mobile architectures.
  • Listen to Part 2: The panel discusses the challenges of designing and developing mobile apps for the enterprise.
  • Listen to Part 3: The panel looks at the most important considerations for architects and developers as we move into the future of mobile applications for the enterprise.

Coming Soon

The next OTN ArchBeat Podcast will feature a discussion of how DevOps and cloud computing are causing a shift in responsibilities among architects, developers, and other IT roles. So stay tuned: RSS

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