By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Sep 13, 2013
- ArchBeat One Question Quiz 3#: Hardware History
Your desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device might be quite a bit different had it not been for the successful test of a key electronic component that happened on this day in 1958. Can you name that component? Bonus points for naming the creators of that component. Click the link to submit your answer.
- WebCenter: af:commandLink or af:goLink for Navigation | Martin Deh
Solution architect Martin's Deh's post emphasized the use of af:goLinks instead of af:commandLinks for ALL WebCenter based navigation, where the navigation is based on the WebCenter navigation model.
- Standardized Architectures Bring Simplicity, Flexibility to M2M | Paula Bernier
Telecom journalist Paula Bernier's interview with Oracle SVP Chris Baker offers an interesting high-level view of some of the challenges in the machine-to-machine, Internet of Things space.
- Kscope13 Top Speaker Award | Tim Tow
Congratulations to Oracle ACE Director and business intelligence specialist Tim Tow on being named one of the Top 5 Speakers at Kscope13 for his presentation, " Introducing the Outline Extractor NG (Next Generation)."
- Stream Relational Transactions into Big Data Systems | Ananth R. Tiru
Ananth R. Tiru discusses how to leverage Oracle GoldenGate’s real-time replication for big data systems.
- New (HotSpot) JDK adds JRMC and Flight Recorder | Mark Nelson
Fusion Middleware solution architect Mark Nelson suggests you read the new press release on JDK 7u40, particularly for details on JRockit Mission Control and Flight Recorder, new features that provide "a lot more tools for recording and analyzing performance information for the JDK both online and after the fact."
- Java Spotlight Episode 144: Danny Coward on his Java WebSocket Programming Book | Roger Brinkley
Roger Brinkley's latest Java Spotlight podcast features an interview with software architect and Java WebSocket Programming (Oracle Press, 2013) author Danny Coward.
Thought for the Day
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men."
— Roald Dahl, British writer
(September 13, 1916 – November 23, 1990)