The latest installment in SOA author Antony Reynold's ongoing series.
John Brunswick, a leading industry expert on portal and Enterprise 2.0 technologies, shares six best practices for successful Enterprise 2.0 implementation.
"Come find out how to deploy Oracle Solaris 11 Express at the best sysadmin conference of the year - LISA 2010. November 7-12 at the San Jose Convention Center. Oracle Solaris engineers will be hosting a FREE full-day summit on the technologies in Oracle Solaris 11 Express-Do not need to registered at LISA to attend. We're also hosting several Birds of a Feather sessions about specific Solaris topics and the migration of content from BigAdmin to the Oracle Technology Network. Come check out the demos at the Oracle booth at LISA - #103/105" -- Terri Wischman
"Playing around with mobile app development recently one question comes up over and over again: Should I write a native app, rely on the browser capabilities or even take the flash/air approach? As you might have guessed, this is not an easy answer. But there are things you could keep in mind and make your own decision." -- Oracle ACE Director Marcus (@myfear) Eisele
A short video featuring Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis, CEO of Red Samurai.
"BizAgi Xpress stores the meta data (the process, the data and the screens) in a SQL Server database. If you get the enterprise edition you have more choices: you can use an Oracle database and application server platforms. Because I am working remotely on the prototype with our business partner Creetion, we needed to share the project we defined. This means we have to export the database and import it again at 'the other side'." -- Oracle ACE Director Lonneke Dikmans of Approach Alliance
"When referencing a schema object, Oracle needs to know, unambiguously, which object you are talking about. When you create a table, the table name must be unique within a schema. Again, Oracle must be able to figure out, unambiguously, which table (or really any other object) that you are referencing. Also, when you create a table, all of the column names must be unique." -- Oracle ACE Director Lewis Cunningham
An interesting infographic about virtualization and JavaOne 2009 from Matthias Müller-Prove.