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  • March 7, 2017

February in Review

Oliver Steinmeier
Senior Director

Let's take a look at what happened in the month of February.  We published two additional articles in our R12 updates series:

 To see the entire series, use the release12 tag. Release 12 is now available in the Cloud; new customers are getting it as their environments are provisioned, and Cloud Operations is working with existing customers to schedule the upgrade of existing stage and production pods.

Our colleague Edward Dewolf also concluded his own six part R12 updates series.  It's a blog that's well worth bookmarking (or tracking via RSS).

Richard's post on using JSTL functions in page customizations is the result of several questions we have seen on our community forum and in blog comments. If you are looking for ways to manipulate string values in page composer expressions, check it out.

In our series about Platform services (PaaS) we took a look at the BI and Data Visualization Services and how they can be used to work with Fusion Cloud Applications such as Sales Cloud.

Other posts in February cover these topics:

Our community Q&A forum saw a lot of interesting questions on a wide variety of topics.  Do not hesitate to visit it if you have problems or questions, but we would also love to see each and every one of you jump in with answers and suggestions.

Oracle's Applications UX (User Experience) was on the road to offer workshops to customers and partners.  Check out their trip reports on the Usable Apps blog

UX Magazine also recognized the Oracle Applications User Experience team by awarding it the 2016 "Best In-House Team" award.  Congratulations to our colleagues for this awesome accomplishment!

 And finally, a new Youtube Channel from the Cloud Marketplace team is worth subscribing to.  If you are a customer, you might find useful add-ons to enhance your Cloud solutions.  If you are a developer, it might offer you inspirations and ideas for offerings that you can create to benefit our joint customers.

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