Shay Shmeltzer's Oracle Development Tools Tips

  • July 7, 2008

New Free Fusion Development Workshops

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

For the past several years we've been running the OTN Developer Days across the US and Canada with great success.

Well the time has come for an update of the material, so Lynn from our team did an update of the content to be based on the upcoming 11g version - and we ran the first pilot event here in HQ last week - and now we are ready to roll it to the rest of the world.

The workshop is built from two half days - the first half consist of presentations and demos that will introduce you to the concepts of development used for Fusion Applications development. In the second half of the day you'll be running through hands-on labs and actually experience building a complete application.

We are covering the ADF stack used by the Fusion Applications inside Oracle (ADF Business Components, ADF Controller and ADF Faces Rich Client Components).

This workshop is a great introduction to the future of application development in the Oracle world.

Beyond our regular Java audience, we expect to see also Apps customers (EBS, PeopleSoft, Siebel etc), Forms customers and of course BEA customers who won't to see a more productive approach to Java based application development.

Check out the current schedule here.

If you don't see an event coming to your town - contact your local Oracle office and ask them to make sure this roadshow comes to your location. (They can call me if they need details on how to get this going).

I'll be doing the event in Pennsylvania on July 22nd - drop by and say hello.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Eric Elzinga Wednesday, July 9, 2008
    Hi Shay,
    When do you come over to the Netherlands? :)
  • Jan Vervecken Saturday, July 12, 2008
    Will these OTN Developer Days also come to Europe?
    Jan Vervecken
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