Oracle ACE Bradley D. Brown wraps up his five-part series with a look at how some TUSC customers have implemented the Agile SOA methodology.
Oracle ACE Director Avrom Roy-Faderman discusses some of the client-side programming use cases fellow ACE Director Lucas Jellema demonstrated at ODTUD Kaleidoscope.
Oracle ACE Director Eric Marcoux advises that, "If you have a development project that is about to start and you plan to use Oracle ADF and JDeveloper 11g R1 as the development platform, maybe you should take a look at the new Oracle Team Productivity Center."
"The whole point of architecture is to make it possible to make things that are fit for purpose," says AOGEA blogger Len Fehskens. "If it is not possible in some practical sense to make the thing for which an architect has created an architecture, that architecture is useless."
"Very few firms really have a handle on it," says Shane Schick, "and even fewer have a straightforward career path to becoming one.'
Andres Ferrate reports that "Although enterprise mashups may not yet be ubiquitous, a few recent blog posts and articles highlight the fact that enterprise mashups are indeed still gaining momentum as corporations and governments slowly (though steadily) adopt the use of web APIs and mashups as part of what is now commonly being referred to as Entrerprise 2.0."
"The technologies would help applications that weren't originally designed for elastically scalable infrastructure systems like Amazon Web Services to run more effectively," reports Chris Kanaracus