Break New Ground

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-01-13

Bob Rhubart
Community Manager, Oracle Groundbreakers Team

Today's Quote

"Fridays are not pants-optional."

-- Bart Simpson

Today's Links

  • Webcast: Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture and Oracle Exadata

    Date: Thursday, January 19, 2012 Time: 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET

    Speaker: Joe Meeks, Director of Product Management, Oracle
  • Demand for cloud jobs is now stratospheric | David Linthicum

    The small pool of experienced cloud talent will pose a challenge to employers and opportunity to IT pros.
  • ConferenceBrowserFX: View the Jfokus 2012 schedule with this JavaFX 2.0 app | Jim Weaver

    Check out Jim Weaver’s Rich-Client Java Blog and the ConferenceBrowserFX application developed in Java/JavaFX that provides a quick/easy way to view a conference schedule.
  • Don't Think Different, Think About Different Things | Art Markman

    "When you need to solve a problem in a new way, you have two options," says Art Markman. "One is pure research and development. The other requires finding knowledge (which we already know) that offers a novel solution."
  • The Business Case for Reading Novels | Anne Kreamer

    "Over the past decade, academic researchers such as Oatley and Raymond Mar from York University have gathered data indicating that fiction-reading activates neuronal pathways in the brain that measurably help the reader better understand real human emotion — improving his or her overall social skillfulness," says Anne Kreamer
  • Standalone WebLogic domain for ADF | Dmitry Nefedkin

    Dmitry Nefedkin describes the basic steps for creating a QA environment for ADF
  • Oracle Connects Big Data to Medium and Small Data | Fahd Mirza

    "This should be the big incentive and relief and a very solid business rationale for the decision makers to try out No SQL technology with their existing infrastructure," says Fahd Mirza.
  • Cloud Candidate Selection; Bite-sized SOA Governance; Fusion Evolution

    This week on the OTN Architect Home Page.
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