Monday Aug 11, 2014

Video: CIO's Guide to Oracle Products and Solutions | Jessica Keyes

Jessica Keyes LinkedIn is the president of New Art Technologies, an instructor at Liverpool University, and the the author of 24 books and more than 200 articles. Her latest book is The CIO's Guide to Oracle Products and Solutions, from CRC Press. In this interview Jessica talks about her book and about why input from users and developers is essential to CIOs who want to avoid being escorted out of the building by security guards.

After you watch the interview, read The CIO's Guide to Oracle Cloud Computing, a free sample chapter from the book.

Wednesday Jan 30, 2013

Video: Oracle WebLogic 12c Recipes from Dr. Frank Munz

Dr. Frank Munz, prolific blogger and 2011 winner of Oracle Magazine's Technologist of the Year award in the Cloud Architect category, has just published Oracle WebLogic 12c: Distinctive Recipes, a follow-up to is 2012 book, Middleware and Cloud Computing.

Frank's traveling and speaking schedule is hectic, but I managed to catch him between trips for a conversation about his new book:

Frank was also kind enough to provide a sample chapter from the book, Track Down a Memory Leak, available for your reading pleasure on OTN.

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Tuesday Sep 06, 2011

Become One of the Usual Suspects

usual suspectsOver the last three years a small army of community members has shared their invaluable insight and expertise by participating as panelists on the ArchBeat Podcast and as interview subjects for the Architect Community column in Oracle Magazine.  These contributors include several members of the Oracle ACE/ACE Director program, a number of authors, a few analysts, and other experts. Several people within that number have been so generous with their time and insight over the years that I have come to refer to them as the Usual Suspects.  The time has come to expand the ranks of the Usual Suspects.

The idea is to broaden the scope of community representation by extending an invitation to others who may be interested in participating as podcast panelists and/or as interview subjects for Architect Community columns.

So, if you are an IT architect, a member of the Oracle Technology Network community, and you are interested in sharing your insight through the aforementioned channels, please leave a comment on this post explaining why you think you'd make a good Usual Suspect, and be sure to include your email address in the comment form.




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