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Lots of news coming out of Applications UX lately, so thought I’d share it here.
Over at Misha’s (@mishavaughan) Voice of User Experience blog, you can read about Simplified UI for Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud and Simplified UI for Oracle Sales Cloud. Both versions went live in (more...)
Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy EditorModern Business Nightmare: The Staggering Costs When Your Cloud Goes Down
Forbes has an interesting, yet scary article, on the cost of data center cloud failure and steps to reduce your risks. Read about it HERE.
A while ago I configured an encrypted column in a table for a customer in database 11g. To achieve this, a wallet had to be created outside the database. The main characteristic of this concept is that your data in the database is safe for unauthorized acces, so the wallet (more...)
Optimized UIs, same data, different context. Essence of UX in the cloud. Wearables no different. Runkeeper shown on Pebble watch and Android Samsung SIII.
I’m cleaning up all the open tabs for the holidays, so here are some nuggets I found that may or may not be interesting.
Hinkmond Wong of the Java Embedded Technology team did a fun Thanksgiving project, a Turkey that tweets as it cooks.
It’s time for (more...)
Wil je als ontwikkelaar met Oracle Service Bus (OSB), onderdeel van de Oracle SOA Stack, aan de slag op een project; als beheerder OSB willen beheren en monitoren; of als architect meer begrijpen van de positionering van het OSB, dan is deze hands-on training iets voor jou. Je leert de (more...)
Interesting perspective! Sten writes:
"I was just walking out of Security at London Heathrow and passed a small kiosk with the question “What was your experience at Security today?” and four buttons with various smileys. No travelers pressed any buttons, but passing (more...)
Another example of how different from UK and Ireland Californian (U.S.?) road markings are. The U.S. ones are written in the opposite order to across and the pond. The example here from San Francisco’s Market St are read from bottom to top, instead of top to to (more...)