What You're Watching: Top Ten OTN Videos
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Mar 12, 2013
What are you watching?
Here are the Top 10 most popular videos on the Oracle Technology Network YouTube Channel for the past 30 days.
- Interview: Dr. Frank Munz "Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Distintive Recipes"
Dr. Frank Munz, the author of "Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Distinctive Recipes," talks about his new book, the companion series of videos, and upcoming speaking engagements.
- APEX 4.2 Mobile App Development
Marc Sewtz, from the core Oracle Application Express Development Team, demos the new features he built into APEX4.2 to support Mobile App Development.
- Lucas Jellema: SOA, Events, BPM, and Oracle ADF
Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema, CTO for AMIS Systems, talks about his latest OTN article, and about SOA, BPM, Oracle ADF, and his participation in the OTN Yathra Tour in India.
- APEX 4.2 New Features
David Peake, PM for Oracle Application Express, shares a quick overview of features in APEX 4.2.
- Dimitri Gielis on APEX 4.2 and Responsive Web Design
Oracle Ace Director Dimitri Gielis talks about cool new features in Oracle Application Express 4.2.
- Greg Marsden: Hugepages = Huge Performance on Linux
Greg Marsden of Oracle's Linux Kernel Engineering Team addresses some common customer performance questions and talks about making the most of Oracle Linux 6 and Transparent HugePages.
- Oracle ACEs Like ...
A video montage created by OTN DBA/Database Developer Community Manager Todd Trichler featuring members of the Oracle ACE Program.
- Wim Coekaerts: Fun with SunRay
Wim Coekaerts, SVP of Linux and Virtualization Engineering at Oracle talks about some of the new SunRay Hardware he gets to play with.
- Arup Nanda: Engineered Systems
Oracle ACE Director Arup Nanda discusses Oracle Exadata, engineered systems, and the changing role of the database administrator.
- Are You Future Proof? - Evolving Skills for Architects and Developers
Oracle ACE Directors Ron Batra (AT&T), Basheer Khan (Innowave Technology), and Ronald van Luttikhuizen (Vennster) share their thoughts on the evolution in the skills needed for success as a software architect or developer.