The events at Oracle Open World are rolling in. Here’s a very interesting one in case your from the Benelux(Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxemburg): BeNeLux Architectural Networking Event.
Anybody who would like to discuss projects, architectures, product combinations, or technical issues is welcome to attend.
There will be some experts that will help you with your questions, among them: Wim Coeckaerts (Sr. Vice President, Linux and Virtualization), Jeff Davies (Sr. Principal PM Product Manager, SOA & BMP), Scott Howley (VP, Middleware), Xavier Verhaeghe (VP Emerging Technologies & Security) and many more(see the event page for the list).
In case you want to talk to us, iAdvise will also be present.
Indeed, it’s almost “that” time of the year again, the week that San Francisco will turn red and is full of Oracle people.
There so much to do, but I still have to build my agenda.
But there are already some things to schedule…
One day, one Moscone room, one main topic…ADF EMG Sunday.
A whole day of interesting presentations on ADF, kicking off with our own:
UGF3783 - Oracle ADF Immersion: How an Oracle Forms Developer Immersed Himself in the Oracle ADF World - 9am-10am Moscone South room 305
As I wrote in a previous blog post, we created an ADF course to introduce ADF to Forms/non-Java developers.
So if you’re a Forms developer or you don’t have any java experience and want to get introduced to ADF, this will be the right session to start.
You’ll find a nice overview on Chris Muir’s blog of the other ADF EMG sessions that day.
This one will be very interesting:
UGF10464 - Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Application Development Demo - 12:45-3:45pm Moscone South room 305
A three hour live demo by Lucas Jellema, Lonneke Dikmans and Duncan Mills.
Check this out!!!