Microservces, Database, SOA Cloud: Most-Watched 2 Minute Tech Tips - May 1-7, 2017

Here they are -- the most-watched 2 Minute Tech Tip videos for the week of May 1-7, 2017. The oldest tip on this week's list is Oracle ACE Dan Atwood's BPM tip (#8) originally published in 2014. The newest tip on the list is Chris Saxon's look at new features in Oracle Database 12.2 (#3), published in February of this year. Chris once again earns the distinction of having two tips in this week's list, as does Oracle ACE Atul Kumar. And Atul's streak continues, as his tip on...

Monday, May 8, 2017 | Architect | Read More

Video: The Moon, Jupiter, and Beyond: JavaFX and the Final Frontier

Software development isn't rocket science -- except when it is. Sean Phillips, principal software engineer with A.I. Solutions, based in Washington DC, has his head beyond the clouds in his work with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Sean specializes in data visualization and data analysis using Java and Java-based technologies, including JavaFX. Sean and the A.I. Solutions team developed a tool called the Deep Space Trajectory Explorer, which is used to design trajectories...

Friday, May 5, 2017 | Architect | Read More

Building a Sweet Solution with Java Cloud Service, JET, and ADF

A new tech article from Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis describes in deep technical detail how he and his Red Samurai team used Oracle Java Cloud Service, JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) and Application Development Framework (ADF) to develop an application with invoice processing and warehouse stock  and production line management functionality for a Lithuanian start-up that produces and distributes candy. Read the article: Oracle Java Cloud Service, JET, and ADF...

Thursday, May 4, 2017 | Architect | Read More

This is Happening: Microservices and Java EE

If you think that Java EE is unsuitable for developing microservices, guess again. According to David Heffelfinger, a developer and indie consultant based in the Washington DC area, that misconception is based in part on the outdated belief that Java EE appservers are lumbering resource hogs. "That may have been the case in the past," says David, "but that is not the case anymore." David elaborates on the matter in this short interview recorded at Oracle Code Washington DC on...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 | Architect | Read More

Attend Oracle Code – an event for developers, by developers!

Attend Oracle Code – an event for developers, by developers Registration for the first two cities is now open, San Francisco and New York.  Oracle Code will feature tech experts discussing the latest insights, technology, and innovation; educational sessions for developing software in Java, Node.js, and other programming languages  – and a hub where you can interact and exchange ideas with your peers. Register today! And the Oracle Code Call for Papers is open.  Submit your pro...

Thursday, December 15, 2016 | Community | Read More

Oracle Code Call For Papers is Now Open!

Coming to 20 cities globally, Oracle Code is an event for developers building modern Web, mobile, enterprise and cloud-native applications.  The Oracle Code Call for Papers (CFP) is now open for the cities and dates listed on the CFP site. Oracle Code will focus on the latest software developer technologies, practices and trends, including: Containers, Microservices/APIs, & DevOps Databases Open Source Technologies Development Tools & Low Code Platforms Machine Learning, Chatbots...

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 | Community | Read More

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