Shay Shmeltzer's Oracle Development Tools Tips

  • July 26, 2010

Introducing the ADF Developers Conference

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

Are you interested in a conference dedicated to Oracle ADF?

How about 5 days where at every time slot you can find at least one ADF session?

Wouldn't it be great if there were both basic level sessions for newbies as well as deep dive sessions for experts? How about some hands-on labs on specific topics?

What if we throw in a couple of keynotes from relevant senior managers in Oracle? And what if you'll be able to see sessions from all the ADF Oracle ACEs and participate in the ADF Enterprise Methodology Group live discussion? What if you could meet a JDeveloper Product Manager or an ADF book author and ask your question?

Would you be interested? Will you be able to convince your manager that this is the conference you need to go to?

Well, good news, this conference is here.

it's Oracle Develop!

Yes, all of the above is true for this year's conference.

Last time I counted there were over 30 sessions directly related to JDeveloper and ADF at Oracle Develop and OOW.

They spend the range from the introductory level with things like "Introduction to ADF Faces", or "Mobile development with ADF" to advance sessions like "How to Debug Oracle Application Development Framework Applications", "Classic Mistakes with Oracle Application Development Framework Internal APIs ", "Web-Service-Based Oracle ADF Business Components ", and more.

While some session are more high level, there are a lot of sessions that bring you the experience of others using ADF, tips and tricks sessions, sessions dedicated to specific parts of ADF (ADF DI, MDS, Skinning).

examples include: "Developing Large Oracle Application Development Framework 11g Applications", "Load-Testing Your Web Applications: Oracle JDeveloper and More", "Mastering Customization and Personalization in Oracle ADF and Oracle WebCenter"

,"Oracle WebLogic Server Application Security Implementation in Oracle JDeveloper"

Think you already know all of that there is to know about ADF, then you get a chance to expand your knowledge about the other parts of the Oracle Fusion Middleware - SOA Suite, WebCenter, WebLogic etc.

And for the same price you also get access to all the sessions at JavaOne to learn about what's coming up in the Java space.

Add to this some great networking opportunities, great parties (Steve Miller Band, Black Eyed Peas and more).

There is so much more, just go to the content catalog and search for ADF or JDeveloper and you'll see.

Tthis is truly the one event you should be attending if you are interested in expanding your knowledge of ADF and JDeveloper.

Don't miss it.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Mojtaba Eltayeb Saturday, September 25, 2010
    good work,
    by the way there is small issue in Jdeveloper 11 when developing Arabic layout based on tab.
    i think the Jdeveloper should support switching direction !
    for Tab item when using RTL. ??
    this is not done yet
  • shay.shmeltzer Monday, September 27, 2010
    Try setting the right-to-left flag in the trinidad-config.xml file to get ADF Faces to correctly align your application. Note that this bidi support is officially supported on IE only.
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