By Juergenkress-Oracle on Nov 28, 2014
you have decided on your initiative to drive value from Oracle
Applications using Oracle Fusion middleware you need to think about the
skills you need. Are you going to use a Systems Integrator, in house
capability, or increasingly some form of cloud offering? Whichever you
decide on you will still have a learning curve which is where I believe
community is the answer. Not all learning has to be formal classroom
led, look at the skills needed and select the formal training for the
base skills, but for the areas you need an understanding of, and these
won’t even be all be technical and then to learn more about the formal
skills, I recommend community learning.
The Oracle Community is an enormous wealth of groups all offering their members a different angle on learning, through education, through sharing and through asking questions.
This blog, has the strapline, ‘Inside Oracle’s Middleware Community’ and is the sharing of knowledge from a wide range of contributors.
Oracle itself has Oracle Technology Network (OTN) which is a phenomenal resource. It is ‘the world's largest community of developers, admins, and architects using industry-standard technologies in combination with Oracle its articles, blogs and forums cover most of the technology’. Check out this infographic to appreciate the impact OTN has on the community. Read the complete article here
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