Saturday Jul 27, 2013

The ADF EMG day at Oracle Open World 2013 Sunday 22nd

I'm happy to say through the kind efforts of the ADF community volunteers, under the expert banner of ODTUG, the ADF EMG will be running another day of ADF sessions at Oracle Open World's user group Sunday 22nd September.  This adds another six ADF sessions and a whole day of solid ADF content for you to enjoy at the world's largest Oracle conference for developers.

The general announcement of sessions is covered on the ADF EMG forums, but a summary of the expert speakers and topics is here:

  • 8:00am - Oracle ADF Task Flows Beyond the 10-Minute Demo [UGF7001] - John King
  • 9:15am - Oracle on Your Browser or Phone: Design Patterns for Web and Mobile Oracle ADF Applications [UGF9898] - Floyd Teter & Lonneke Dikmans
  • 10:30am - ADF Performance Tuning War Stories [UGF2737] - Stephen Johnson, Frank Houweling, Eugene Fedorenko
  • 11:45am - Top 10 Web App Vulnerabilities, and Securing Them with ADF [UGF9900] - Brian Huff
  • 2:15pm - Worst Practices When Developing an ADF Application [UGF9860] - Paco van der Linden & Wilfred van der Deijl
  • 3:30pm - WebCenter & ADF - Responsive and Adaptive Design for Desktop, Mobile & Tablet [UGF9908] - John Sims
You can also view the sessions in the OOW content catalog, and check out all of the Oracle ADF content at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 too.

We hope you'll take the opportunity to join the ever growing ADF community at our largest ADF event, come learn, share, and participate in something that started as a single session at OOW in 2008 with just 20 people, to in 2013 a whole day of ADF content for all attendees to enjoy.

Thursday Jul 25, 2013

ADF rocks the Australian AUSOUG conference series

For Oracle customers looking to learn more about ADF and participate with the larger ADF community in Australia, this year’s AUSOUG Insync conference series across multiple cities has more ADF content than ever before.  As an ADF product manager based in Australia, I’ve seen the AUSOUG conference go from just 1 or 2 ADF presentation in previous years to this huge amount in 2013, the Aussie ADF market is certainly expanding. 

Following is a list of ADF presentations per city, and I’ve taken the liberty of including some other FMW topics including web services, FMW infrastructure, Fusion Apps and Forms which relates to ADF.

We hope you’ll take time out to register for the conference, come learn more about ADF, and be part of the expanding ADF community in Australia.

Sydney 15-16th August

• Speed dating - Oracle JDeveloper 12c and Oracle ADF New Features – Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation
• The Future of Oracle Forms: Upgrade, Modernize, or Migrate? - Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation

Melbourne 19-20th August

• Building an award winning product with Oracle Application Development Framework - Primoz Luzar – Callista
• Case Study: Redesigning core on-line systems in ADF JDeveloper - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services
• Redeveloping a legacy application in JDeveloper ADF  - half day workshop - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services
• Speed dating - Oracle JDeveloper 12c and Oracle ADF New Features – Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation
• The Future of Oracle Forms: Upgrade, Modernize, or Migrate? - Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation

• Best Practices for accelerating the roll out of Oracle Fusion infrastructure - Half day workshop - Matthew Wright, Craig Barr - Rubicon Red
• Extending Fusion Applications : What, Who, When and HOW - Debra Lilley - Fujitsu UK
• The Universal Web Service - Data Driven SQL/XML Web Service - Evan Vicary, Primoz Luzar - Callista

Brisbane 2-3rd September

• Case Study: Redesigning core on-line systems in ADF JDeveloper - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services
• Redeveloping a legacy application in JDeveloper ADF  - half day workshop - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services

Adelaide 5-6th September

• Case Study: Redesigning core on-line systems in ADF JDeveloper - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services
• Redeveloping a legacy application in JDeveloper ADF  - half day workshop - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services

Perth 12-13th November

• Case Study: Redesigning core on-line systems in ADF JDeveloper - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services
• CRUX (CRUD meets UX) Case Study: Building a Modern Applications User Experience with Oracle ADF and UX Design Patterns - Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation
• Elementary my Dear Weblogic - the Case of Spying on ADF - Ray Tindall - Sage Computing Services
• Empowering your business with mobile applications - Eddie Phan - RACWA
• Oracle ADF for Newbies: Surviving your first project - Kylie Payne - Sage Computing Services
• Redeveloping a legacy application in JDeveloper ADF  - half day workshop - Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services
• The Future of Oracle Forms: Upgrade, Modernize, or Migrate? - Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation

For anyone based in Perth, you've also the opportunity to participate in the AUSOUG ADF special interest group, which runs sessions bimonthly.

We hope to see you at one of these events soon. 

Wednesday Jul 17, 2013

This is ADF Architecture TV

In 2011/12 Oracle conducted a survey amongst key ADF customers asking what they'd like to see next from Oracle's ADF Product Management team beyond the ADF basics which we’ve already covered in-depth? Concepts such as ADF design, architecture, best practices and patterns were high in the results.  We responded in late 2012/early 2013 by delivering a one week internal training course to staff and key Oracle partners around the world.  Yet we wanted to do more for everyone, and with support from Oracle's Development Tools management we’d like to announce the ADF Architecture TV YouTube channel. 

This free TV channel will publish, week by week, episode by episode, a huge array of short, distinct topics as relating to all parts of the ADF development lifecycle, from planning, to design, to development, deployment and delivery.  All in all we have current plans for near 100 episodes.  The channel also takes a distinct departure from our traditional online video content in that key Oracle staff now stand in front of the YouTube camera, no longer are we a background narrator of the slides.  (Though our budget is limited, no makeup artists for us, you get to enjoy us on even on our bad hair days!)

The complete set of topics to be covered is currently indexed on the ADF Architecture Square for you to check out.  We’ve already published two episodes on the YouTube channel so you can get a taste of what's to come, which you can enjoy from either work with a small time investment each week, or even from your iPad/Android tablet at home (well maybe that's just me, I really need to get a life outside Oracle).

We hope you personally will find the channel a new and engaging model for consuming our ADF collateral, and in turn this will help you and your organization to success on your next ADF project.  Take time out to subscribe to the channel so you receive instant notification of new episodes being published.

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Chris Muir - Oracle ADF Product Manager - The views expressed on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.

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