Run a local copy of your application first, before to test it on your cloud instance.
While it’s simple to run directly on the Cloud, and we have a lot of samples available to get started, working
on twitter the other day about blogging, and realized I have not been blogging for a long long time.
While I can find information about almost everything with Google or Stack Overflow, I realized that it's sometime hard to find the one piece of information which is relevant for you, in your current context.
It usually ends up being a compilation of multiple blog posts or answers; it's
After Oracle's news about the changes at the helm, I was offered to follow a new user on twitter. which may be relevant for me -
My first click from twitter, on my mobile phone, was to look at is web site :
Here is what I saw over 3 days, and 3 visits - the screen are compiled in one animated gif - days 1, 2 and 3 are available
With the new hardware and fast internet connection, is it the norm to only keep images in one high-res version, regardless of the way the content is utilized in the article?
Today's example is this article on Forbes;
Why I Left The Wall Street Journal To Join Oracle
From the article, here are two images :
Looks like I cannot go without a G+ profile if I want to continue to use my blogger account ...
As I cannot go on Fesse Book to notify my friends I am no longer there, I have to use alternate routes ;-)
Most likely, I am going to create a Marketing Account on MailChimp for 'Les Amis d'Eric' so that I can continue to push update about my remodeling project and my new diets.
With all those services that are using Face Book as identity, I am starting to get suspicious about the value they get from it. Here is the claim (in french):
What is advertised by the site
And here is the disclaimer from Face Book:
What Face Book is sharing
Testing embedded link to Amazon store from my blog, to works with the new skin :
My next Big Toy !!!
Or as it would be on twitter: Just saw this on Amazon: by for http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0076BNK30?ie=UTF8&camp=213733&creative=393177&creativeASIN=B0076BNK30&linkCode=shr&tag=jarhell-20&creativeASIN=B0076BNK30&=electronics&qid=1381355864&sr=1-1&keywords=24-70 via @amazon
It's time to upgrade to the latest version of JDeveloper to get the latest technology from Oracle. You can get your download from
On Mac OS-X, I have been using the "Generic" option of
Studio Edition: 126.96.36.199.0
On my work desktop, running Windows 7,
It does not work :(
You can use the following form to search on Amazon.com
Here is an alternate option with a cloud of product tags:
There are interesting new initiative on the cloud front. Here are a few that catch my attention in the past weeks:
OASIS Cloud Application Management for Platforms ( CAMP). OASIS Cloud Authorization ( CloudAuthZ). The AWS GovCloud (US) Region
While I was trying to get some JUnit test written on my MacBook Air over the weekend, I end up
wasting some time with a silly issue : get the JUnit extension installed.
From the documentation, it's pretty clear - the Help menu.
With Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8), I have found my first upgrade hurdle - starting JDeveloper give me a bash script that runs forever with ~100% CPU utilisation.
I am currently running the Studio Edition Version 188.8.131.52.0
Google gave me a good first place to
After a long time looking into Application development and UX widget, I am taking a fresh look at Web Services and I'll be starting to play with JSON and REST ideas.
But first thing first, I have to refresh my IDE install on my MacBook Air - This is an
I have been trying to setup a new account with Amazon to get into the french version of the associate program, and got an email with potential french readers. It all started well, with a nice intro:
Cher Partenaire, Merci d'avoir pris contact avec le Programme Partenaires d'Amazon.fr.
Until I can find a way to setup my french account on Amazon Associates, the link to search is gone from by blog as it's now a dead account.
RT @Scobleizer An Open Letter To Jeff Bezos On Terminating The Amazon Affiliate Program In California http://t.co/By2lZxC from
It has been a very quiet year on the blogging side. Most of the free time was spent on the new media, trying to figure out why Facebook and Twitter were so useful to communicate with the world.
As I am wrapping up the year, I have two new books
I have a new tools to share with you : JD GUI
It's one of the must-have if you need to figure out why things are not working the way you expect them to work...
After two days searching for a NPE, which was not
Always been confused between 13th and 30th, when it goes to English pronunciation - go figure.
There has been a lot going on, and it may explain why my blog has been so quiet lately. Here are some fun facts and though about Web square (a.k.a 2.0):