Software architect is the #1 job, according to a 2010 CNN-Money poll. In this article in Oracle Magazine, several members of the OTN architect community talk about the career paths that led them to this lucrative role.
Registration opens soon for this event to be held in Denver on March 23, 2011.
"It isn’t just that we’ve lived one technological revolution among many; it’s that our technological revolution is the big social revolution that we live with." - Adam Gopnik
February 23, 2011 at 1:00 PM EST/ 10:00 AM PST . Speakers: Randy Trzeciak, lead for the CERT Insider Threat research team, and Roxana Bradescu, Director of Database Security at Oracle.
Tom looks at "an internet security firm brought down by not following the most *basic* of security principals."
"It is not trivial to migrate large amounts of pre-relational or 'devolved' relational data. To do this, we again must revert back to a tight roadmap to migration and leverage the growing tools and services that we have." - Jason Williamson
"Building an asynchronous web service can be complex especially when you are used to synchronous Web services where you can wait for the response in your favorite tool." - Oracle ACE Edwin Biemond
"Outside the virtualization world, there are capabilities of Oracle Database which can be used to prevent resource contention and guarantee SLA." - Shivanshu Upadhyay
"Increasingly organizations recognize the mandate to create a modern user experience that transforms existing business processes and increases business efficiency and agility."
Gilles Haro illustrates the steps necessary to achieve "a fully operational 11gR2 database protected by automatic failover capabilities."
"The corporate world becomes a global village as many companies expand their business and offices around different countries and even continents. And this number keeps increasing. This globalization raises interesting questions..." - Jan Verhallen
Thursday, March 3, 2011. 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. Speakers: Mala Narasimharajan (Senior Product Marketing Manager, Oracle Data Integration) and Denis Gray (Principal Product Manager, Oracle Data Integration)