On Friday 7th of March, Bob Rubart interviewed both Jeremy Ashley and Lucas Jellema about trends in User Experience, the consequences of these trends – both in terms of opportunities as well as challenges – and the reasons why the UX Expo event on March 18th at AMIS HQ (Nieuwegein, The Netherlands) is going to be such a thrilling event.
OTN Community Video Interview by Bob Rhubart – Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema, solution architect (more...)
I am no Linux wizard by any standard. During the installation of some piece of Oracle software, I ran into a an error, indicating that my /tmp folder had too little space.
The installer was right about that. Unfortunately, the /tmp folder was on a device that I could not extend. So I tried to persuade the installer to use a different location for its temporary files:
export TEMP TMPDIR
Unfortunately, the installer (more...)
In a recent post I have introduced the key concepts in Adaptive Case Management (ACM). In the article you are reading now, I want to show an example of a specific case. This example should provide some clarity on exactly how the core aspects of a case are specified and how these provide the foundation for the case as it will be managed by the ACM engine of choice (for example Oracle BPM Suite 11g).
My introduction into the world of adaptive case management (ACM) feels like a huge relief. Without having to give up the benefits from structure and organization, ACM allows me to cater for the reality of the world in terms of exceptions, variations and the responsibility of experts to make decisions. ACM is a way of organizing a process – although perhaps the word process could be replaced by flow or conversation or interaction or project (more...)