By now, I have played Pokemon GO for 2 weeks and have reached the coveted level 22. Pokemon GO (POGO) is a massively popular mobile game that has been a viral hit. It became the most popular paid (more...)
There are several ways to do code quality checks in SOA Suite. In this blog post I will describe a minimal effort setup which uses Jenkins 2.9, SonarQube 5.6 and the SonarQube XML Plugin 1.4.1. SonarQube is a popular tool to check and visualize code quality. An XML Plugin is available for SonarQube which allows you to define custom XPath rules. At the end of this post I will shortly describe (more...)
A couple weeks ago Noel (@noelportugal) and I were invited by the Oracle Apps UX Innovation Labs team to collaborate as technical mentors and judges in BIAC Connected Communities, Connected Lives hackathon.
What would be the best place to hold a hackathon? Cancún. Beautiful weather, beautiful beach, Mexican food, what else could I ask for?
This hackathon was organized around the 2016 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Ministerial Meeting on the Digital Economy (more...)
I admit, I’m a bit of a fan of the Oracle Database Appliance. And I also admit there are some characteristics of the X5-2 ODA’s which made it sometimes a bit hard to fit in the needs of the customer. I’ll come to that later in this post. With the introduction of the two entry-level ODA’s I wrote about in a former blogpost , the ODA X6-2S and the ODA X6-2M, Oracle has made an (more...)
Vendor lock-in is an important subject. Everybody knows that. But few of us realize just how complicated the subject is, nor how riddled it is with paradoxes. Truth be told, I wasn’t fully aware either. But when I set out to write this post, I found that it just kept growing longer.
1. The most basic form of lock-in is:
- You do application development for a target set of platform technologies.
- Your applications can’t run (more...)
Probably the best way to get to know your users is to watch them work, in their typical environment. That, and getting to talk to them right after observing them. It’s from that perspective that you can really see what works, what doesn’t, and what people don’t like. And this is exactly what we want to learn about in our quest to improve our users’ experience using Oracle software.
That said, we’ve been eager (more...)
Hard to believe it’s been nearly three years since we debuted the Leap Motion-controlled robot arm. Since then, it’s been a mainstay demo for us, combining a bit of fun with the still-emergent interaction mechanism, gesture.
Anthony (@anthonyslai) remains the master of the robot arm, and since we lost access to the original video, Noel (@noelportugal) shot a new one in the Gadget Lab at HQ where the robot arm continues (more...)
I previously had my Nexus 5, but over the time, Bluetooth stopped working and that was a good excuse to try this phone.
Also I was so excited because at SXSW I had a long talk with the Nextbit (@ (more...)
I can't remember having encounterd this problem in 11g, and this week I struggled with it with one of my customers. The perception of the DBA there was that in 11g the server did start up, but (more...)
Architects design space. A building is just a way to create spaces. Information architects at Oracle design relationships with abstract concepts. So far the main way we have to create visible spaces for our users is by projecting pixels onto glass screens.
This may change someday. If the promise of virtual reality is ever achieved, we may be able to sculpt entirely new realities and change the very way that people experience space.
So here it is:
def grantOSBAppRoleToWlsGroup(osbAppRole, wlsGroup):
# Grant OSB AppRole
# http://docs.oracle. (more...)
Numbers are a property of the universe. Once Earthians figured that out, there was no stopping them. They went as far as the Moon.
We use numbers in business and life. We measure, we look for oddities, we plan. We think of ourselves as rational.
I, for one, like to look at the thermometer before deciding if I shall go out in flip-flops or uggs. But I cannot convince my daughter to do the same. She (more...)
But the thing is with Pl/Sql that when (more...)
User Experience matters in business. Ever experienced frustration using an ATM or in-flight entertainment system? Think about how you felt and what it meant for that business. This short presentation explains why UX matters… it’s you and your business that wins …
Do you want to know how your company can survive Cyber Security threats? And what can be an approach to stay compliant? Have you ever thought about security related opportunities and business enablers? Then continue reading this blog post!
Digital Transformation takes place at an ever increasing pace and innovation by technology is going faster than most companies can handle. This also has a deep impact on Information Security. We have to deal with it (more...)
Senior UX Director Ultan O’Broin (@ultan) keeps his finger on the pulse of the startup scene in EMEA with an eye to enabling that community with his team’s outreach machine. Here he talks about user experience (UX) enablement’s offer to startups to accelerate their SaaS and PaaS opportunities.
When Life Gives You Lemons, Pivot
Pivoting: That realization that a permanent income is preferable to remaining just a fascination.
After over two decades (more...)
Today I encountered that for a developer at my customer the complete oracle.osb.logging.pipeline logger was missing in the log-configuration. So setting the level from EM (Fusion Middleware Control) following the article above is a little hard.
I could not find (more...)
Just like last year, a few members (@jkuramot, @, @, Tony and myself) of @theappslab attended Kscope16 to run a Scavenger Hunt, speak and enjoy one of the premier events for Oracle developers. It was held in Chicago this time around, and here are my impressions.
Since our Scavenger Hunt was quite a success the previous year, we were asked to run it again to spice up the conference a (more...)