ADF Developers - Don't miss Sunday at OOW

If you are coming to Oracle OpenWorld 2011, make sure you are there bright and early on Sunday. (The bright and early part should be trivial to most European and US based people due to the jet lag you get when flying our way). Yes I know some people tend to think the conference starts on Monday, but Sunday is traditionally the User Groups day and this year there is a special treat for ADF oriented people.

The ADF Enterprise Methodology Group, lead by Chris Muir, got a great line of sessions delivered by some of the key people in that group running all through the day. The sessions include:

32460 - Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group: Starting an Enterprise Oracle ADF Project    
32480 - Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group: Learn Oracle ADF Task Flows in Only 60 Minutes   
32481 - Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group: A+-Quality Oracle ADF Code   
32500 - Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group: Transitioning from Oracle Forms to Oracle ADF    
32501 - Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodoloy Group: Empower Multitasking with an Oracle ADF UI Powerhouse   
32502 - Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group: Gold Nuggets in Oracle ADF Faces   

The sessions are all at Moscone West - room 2000 running one after the other starting at 9:00am.

From pre-registration numbers I saw, the sessions seem to be quite popular, which means you are going to enjoy great discussions in there in addition to the presentations and opportunity to meet other ADF developers just like you.

So don't miss it :-)


Comments:

I am with you all sunday :)

Posted by Baig on September 20, 2011 at 03:59 AM PDT #

Hey,

I'm taking my first steps in WebCenter these days.
I would like to know what are "Out of the box" capabilities, especially in Web 2.0 components (WIKI, Blogs, Tags, Forums ,My Profile, etc.).
Have you ever implemented or supported a firm/company WebCenter platform focusing on social media networking?

Tnaks,

Andrew

Posted by guest on October 03, 2011 at 06:01 PM PDT #

Andrew, I would suggest you'll start by doing some reading on OTN about the available services - http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/portal/overview/product-overview-088336.html
and http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/portal/overview/webcenter-services-086689.html
Then for further WebCenter questions try their OTN discussion forum.

Posted by Shay on October 05, 2011 at 03:53 AM PDT #

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