I owe you an explanation

Welcome to my blog!

I am Frédéric Desbiens, a new member of the ADF Product Management team.  I joined Oracle only a few weeks ago. My boss is Grant Ronald, and I have the privilege to work in the same team as Susan Duncan, Frank Nimphius, Lynn Munsinger and Chris Muir. I share with them a passion for all things Java and ADF. With this blog, I hope to help you be more successful with our products – whether you are a customer or a partner.

You may have heard of me before. Maybe you have my book in your bookshelf; or maybe we met at a conference. I went to JavaOne, ODTUG Kaleidoscope and Oracle OpenWorld in the past, when I worked for a major consulting firm. I will spare you all the details of my career; you can have a look at my LinkedIn profile if you are curious about my past. 

Usually, my posts will be of a technical nature, and will focus on Oracle ADF and Oracle JDeveloper. SOA and portals have always been two topics of interest for me, however, and I will write about them. Over time, you will probably get acquainted with my « strategic » side as well. I devour history books, and always had a tendency to look at the big picture. I will probably not resist to the temptation of mixing IT and history, but this will be occasional, I promise! 

At this point, I owe you an explanation about the title of the blog. I am French-Canadian, and wanted to evoke my roots in an obvious yet unobtrusive way. I was born in Chicoutimi, which is one of the main cities found in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region. Traditionally, a large part of the wild blueberry production of the province of Québec come from there. A common nickname for the inhabitants is thus Les Bleuets, « The Blueberries » in English.

I hope to see you around. You can also follow me on Twitter under  @BlueberryCoder.

Comments:

Welcome. I loved the explanation of the nom de plume.

Posted by John Flack on December 13, 2012 at 12:16 PM EST #

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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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