Detroit, Seattle & Toronto Developers Mark Your Calendars

The OTN Fusion Developer Day is coming to Detroit, Seattle and Toronto in the next three weeks.
You can register here : http://www.oracle.com/technology/events/otn-developer-day/index.html

In these events JDeveloper product managers show you how Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle ADF simplify enterprise Java application development.
The events give a good introduction to the layers of the ADF framework and specifically drill into using the ADF Faces Rich Client Components for building Ajax enabled Web 2.0 User interfaces, Using ADF Business Components to simplify database interaction, and using ADF Model to bind UI and business services.

You'll spend the first half day learning from demos and the second half of the day trying it out on your own machine.

The event is free so you can just show up and participate - but we'll be happy if you register ahead of time.

And you also get a chance to win an iPod touch and an OOW SF pass.

We also have events planned for other US cities after Oracle OpenWorld - so check out the schedule.


check out the video.




Comments:

I'm surprised registration hasn't opened up for Seattle yet but this blog confirmed it's still planned. How would you describe relevance to Oracle Financials and eBusiness Suite? Thank you.

Posted by guest on July 29, 2008 at 04:00 AM PDT #

Registration page for the upcoming events should be updated on the site soon. But as I said even if you forgot to register you can usually just show up and we'll let you in. As far as the relevance to EBS (and Siebel, PSFT as well). This is on two levels: One level is a look into the future - the development environment discussed in this workshop is the one used for the Fusion generation of applications. So you are going to be using this one when your company upgrades to the Fusion generation. But you don't have to wait for this. You can actually use the framework that is shown in this event to build new UI on top of your existing applications. Something that we also address here: http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/fmw4apps/index.html

Posted by shay on July 29, 2008 at 04:29 AM PDT #

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