On May 21st, 22nd and 23rd – AMIS and Oracle join forces for a three day event around enterprise application development with Oracle Fusion Middleware. The event targets senior (ADF) developers and application architects. It addresses many of the themes currently or shortly relevant to any organization: multi device UI, mobility, security, agile & automated software engineering, performance & scalability, user experience, web & mobile oriented architecture and cloud. It will discuss and demonstrate Oracle’s (more...)
This is an important moment for Java. The general availability of Java 8 – more specifically of Java 8 SE, Embedded, (and shortly ME as well) and FX (and in the wake of all this the Hotspot JVM and NetBeans 8.0). This release is about language evolution certainly – with Lambda expressions and the Stream API as clear highlights. But it is about much more. It is as if Java went through a mid-life (more...)
Today – Tuesday March 18th – is a special day at AMIS. Together with the Oracle Applications User Experience Team, we host the UX Expo – a combination of live demonstrations, inspiring lectures, the secret chamber for the really fancy stuff and many opportunities to discuss the man-machine interaction of the future. This event also serves as the official launch of R8 of Oracle Applications Cloud – the next level in simplified UI. (more...)
Just published from the Oracle Press Room:
limited options for event registration still available for the 14.00-17.00 time slot – go to: http://www.amis.nl/userexperience.
The Oracle Technology Network has just published my article on asynchronous interactions used in multi-layered architectures to free up resources and create at least the perception of speedy processing. This article describes how, by leveraging opportunities for asynchronous processing, at least the perceived responsiveness of our systems is likely to improve. Frequently, the actual scalability is also enhanced by making much better use of the parallel processing power of today’s CPUs and virtual machines and (more...)