Wednesday Sep 04, 2013

Out of the matrix: the ADF EMG goes to OpenWorld!

The ADF Enterprise Methodology Group is an invaluable resource for ADF architects and experienced developers. Where else on the web can you discuss best practices and methodologies to deliver enterprise-level ADF applications? If you like it as much as I do, you will be glad to know there is an ADF EMG day this year at Oracle OpenWorld. Yes, the EMG leaves the matrix and boldly comes to the real world for a full day of presentations by well-known experts from the ADF community. And there is no better way to prepare for the conference than to share stories from the trenches over a few beers ar the ADF EMG social night. I hope to meet you there!

Sunday Sep 01, 2013

Think TV is boring? Think again!

Since July, I have been busy contributing to an exciting new initiative from Oracle. Our aim is simple: to revolutionize TV! While Apple's infamous iTV is still little more than a rumor, we are delivering! Ok. Maybe I got a little carried away... Anyway, if you are an ADF architect or developer, you really should  check our ADF Architecture TV channel on YouTube. There, you will find a series of weekly episodes which will help you learn ADF design and best practices from key Oracle ADF specialists. This is real, deep technical content; not marketing fluff. Make sure you subscribe as we have over 100 episodes planned covering security, web services, PL/SQL integration, UI design and much more! This week's episode was recorded by Frank Nimphius and is about Task Flows. 

The episodes I recorded are about internationalization. There are five of them and cover resource bundles, character encoding and time zone management, among other things. I will let you know when they are released. 

Who would have thought TV could get this interesting? Here is the official trailer for the channel:


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Frédéric Desbiens

The musings of a member of the ADF Product Management team.

I focus here on my favorite development framework but also have a strong interest in Mobile Development, Oracle WebCenter and Oracle SOA Suite.

Attentive readers will even find posts about IT Strategy from time to time, an interest of mine since I completed my MBA in 2006.

The views expressed on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.

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