Friday Jul 20, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-07-20

  • Podcast Show Notes: The Role of the Cloud Architect - Part 3/3 - Why architects need to up their game
    All three parts of my conversation with Cloud architects Ron Batra (Product Director, Cloud Computing, AT&T and an Oracle ACE Director) and Dr. James Baty (VP of Oracle's Global Enterprise Architecture Program) are now available. If you're interested in how cloud computing is changing the role of the solution architect, and what architects need to do to stay ahead of the cloud curve, you'll want to check out this interview.
  • Webcast: Lightweight #Java EE Architectures with @AdamBien - July 24 - 10am PT / 1pm ET
    Don’t miss this Webcast as Java Champion architect Adam Bien offers his perspective on Spring 3 Framework and Java EE. Adam will talk about how Java EE 6 creates modern, lightweight architectures for enterprise Java. He'll also cover Java EE 6 concepts as well as the Spring 3 Framework used with Java EE 6, comparing the pros and cons of using them together or independently. Part of the Oracle WebLogic DevCast series.
  • Business SOA: Thinking is dead | Steve Jones
    "Planning, architecture and design are being seen in parts of IT as bad things as a mentality develops around a concept that some how basic fundamentals such as TDD, contract design and doing things that are actually proven to work are in some way wrong," says Capgemini's Steve Jones. "Adoption of unproven technologies is rife as is the surprise when those technologies fail to deliver on the massively over hyped expectation and indeed fail to even come close to delivering at the level of dull old technologies that do the job but don't currently have the twitterati in thrall."
  • Oracle RTD Hardware Requirements and Components
    In the latest post in his series on Oracle Real Time Decisions (RTD), Rittman Mead's James Knight looks at components that live in the RTD black box and offers examples of some RTD environments.
  • Navigation Model dynamic switching of Locale | Martin Deh
    Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team blogger Martin Deh shares sample code for a solution for enabling dynamic Locale switching in WebCenter through a user interaction.

Thought for the Day

"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are sure and the intelligent are full of doubt."

Bertrand Russell
(May 18, 1872 – February 2, 1970)

Source: SoftwareQuotes

Monday May 21, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama Top 20 for May 13-19, 2012

The Top 20 most-clicked links as shared via my social networks for the week of May 13-19, 2012.

  1. Webcast: Conquering Big Data with the Oracle Information Architecture Model - May 30
  2. Free Event: Modern #Java Development, in/outside the Enterprise - May 30 - Redwood Shores, CA
  3. Organizational Culture and the influence on Enterprise Architecture | Douwe Pieter van den Bos
  4. Lazy On-Demand Querying of Detail View Objects | Steven Davelaar
  5. Bay Area Coherence Special Interest Group (BACSIG) Meeting June 7
  6. Mobilize Your Business Process Applications | Pat Shepherd
  7. New York Coherence Special Interest Group (NYCSIG) - May 24
  8. Platform Approach to Identity in The Cloud | Naresh Persaud
  9. 2012 Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards - Win a FREE Pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in SF
  10. Webcast series: Identity Management as a Platform
  11. Webcast: Achieving Product Innovation with Purpose-built MDM - May 22 - 9am PT / Noon ET
  12. Jim Highsmith on Adaptive Leadership
  13. CIO Webcast: Oracle Database Appliance Best Practices - May 23
  14. Enterprise Gamification: increasing workforce engagement, ROI... | John Sim
  15. Asymmetric read/write path — a trend for scalable architecture | Alexey Ragozin
  16. BPM Process Accelerator Packs | Pat Shepherd
  17. ODTUG Kscope12 - June 24-28 - San Antonio, TX
  18. SOA Maturity Models | Douwe Pieter van den Bos
  19. New Oracle security papers and Oracle forensics tool | Pete Finnigan
  20. How Does RTD Make Decisions? | James Knight

Thought for the Day

"Why are video games so much better designed than office software? Because people who design video games love to play video games. People who design office software look forward to doing something else on the weekend."

Ted Nelson


Tuesday May 15, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-05-15

Thought for the Day

"Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don't you think?"

L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Source: GoodReads




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