By OTN ArchBeat on Jun 21, 2012
- Software Architects Need Not Apply | Dustin Marx
"I think there is a place for software architecture," says Dustin Marx, "but a portion of our fellow software architects have harmed the reputation of the discipline."
For another angle on this subject, check out Out of the Tower, Into the Trenches from the Nov/Dec edition of Oracle Magazine.
- Oracle Data Integrator 11g - Faster Files | David Allan
David Allan illustrates "a big step for regular file processing on the way to super-charging big data files using Hadoop."
- 2012 Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards - Win a FREE Pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in SF
Share your use of Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions and how they help your organization drive business innovation. You just might win a free pass to Oracle Openworld 2012 in San Francisco. Deadline for submissions in July 17, 2012.
- WLST Domain creation using dry-run | Michel Schildmeijer
What to do "if you want to browse through your domain to check if settings you want to apply satisfy your requirements."
- Cloud opens up new vistas for service orientation at Netflix | Joe McKendrick
"Many see service oriented architecture as laying the groundwork for cloud. But at one well-known company, cloud has instigated the move to SOA."
- How to avoid the Portlet Skin mismatch | Martin Deh
Detailed how-to from WebCenter A-Team blogger Martin Deh.
- Internationalize WebCenter Portal - Content Presenter | Stefan Krantz
Stefan Krantz explains "how to get Content Presenter and its editorials to comply with the current selected locale for the WebCenter Portal session."
- Oracle Public Cloud Architecture | Tyler Jewell
Tyler Jewell discusses the multi-tenancy model and elasticity solution implemented by Oracle Cloud in this QCon presentation.
- A Distributed Access Control Architecture for Cloud Computing
The authors of this InfoQ article discuss a distributed architecture based on the principles from security management and software engineering.
Thought for the Day
"Let us change our traditional attitude to the construction of programs. Instead of imagining that our main task is to instruct a computer what to to, let us concentrate rather on explaining to human beings what we want a computer to do."
Source: Quotes for Software Engineers