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Streamline Development in Oracle Projects by Markus Lohn Setup a Fusion Middleware environment for testing and development purposes in less than 60 minutes!

Juergen Kress
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Dynamic markets and the constant reaction to changing conditions is a decisive success factor for companies today. All measures taken in the past years in the field of software development were aimed at supporting and facilitating this dynamics technically. Development times had to be drastically reduced and results made available for review earlier than before. IT has achieved a different status in the company today. IT can be used to tap new growth areas and strengthen existing customer relationships. For this reason, it is important to address the question of how quickly a developer can work productively in a new project. In this blog post, tools and procedures are presented to enable a developer to be productive in the project in less than a day. In detail, this means, for example, editing a user story from the backlog.

Experience shows that setting up the development environment in many projects involves many manual steps. Missing or inadequate documentation slows down this process considerably. Sometimes it takes several days to set up. Through the approach presented here, the developer is able to be supplied within a few hours with a development environment. Due to the high level of automation, there is no need for comprehensive documentation. Errors are largely avoided in this way. The figure below shows typical components that belong to a development environment. In this blog post, I focus on using tools in projects using Oracle technologies (SOA / Integration, ADF, Java EE). However in general these guidelines can be applied to Open Source as well. Read the complete article here

 

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