If you go to a good conference, some schedule conflicts are normal - there are too many good speakers and there is always not enough time slots to go (more...)
It is almost time for Collaborate 2013. For those of you attending, here is my schedule:
- Wed. Apr. 10 8:15 am - 9:15 am session 107650 Delivering a Great User Experience via PeopleSoft Applications Portal
- Wed. Apr. 10 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm book signing at the Digital Guru on-site bookstore
- Wed. Apr. 10 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm session 107610 PeopleTools Developer: Tips & Techniques
I will also be working in the Oracle User Experience demo pod and visiting in the PeopleTools demo pod. I look forward to seeing you there!
Well, it's been a really busy past few months, and I hate to admit it, but I've been neglecting this space more than anything. Despite having many different posts in the works, nothing is quite finished yet. I do have a little time to mention a few of my upcoming speaking events, though.
First, I'll be in Denver for the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group Training Days 2013, February 11-13. Enkitec has more than a few sessions during the conference, ranging from Exadata to Big Data to APEX. Check out the agenda for a full list. Also, we'll have an (more...)
Alliance 2013 in Indianapolis is just around the corner. Here is my schedule:
- Meet the Experts (Technical) March 18th at 2:30 PM
- 31719 PeopleTools Developer: Tips & Techniques on Monday, March 18th at 4:30 PM in Sagamore 4
- 31723 Delivering a Ground-Breaking User Interface Using PeopleTools and the Interaction Hub on Tuesday, March 19th at 11 AM in Sagamore 4
- Meet the Experts (Technical) March 19th at 12:00 PM
I've got a handful of presentations coming up in the latter part of the year, so I thought I'd add a quick post with where all I'm going to be. Seems like I'm all over the map and I couldn't stop thinking of a game that I played way back when I was in elementary school. Well, over the next few months, I'll be in a few places talking about Exadata, OEM, and other Oracle topics. Here's a list of where I'll be, and what I'll be talking about.
Because Oracle didn't offer a migration solution from Oracle Forms to ADF, Wilfred showed a technique to integrate existing forms applications into a new ADF application. He called it OraFormsFaces, a framework, which allows him creating hybrid applications. The non-forms part must not be ADF, so you can use other web technologies too.
This hybrid way can be used to slightly move from forms to another technology, without having Big Bangs.
In the last presentation Steven Davelaar spoke about "JHeadstart: Real world (more...)
She demonstrated "next generation forms" with oraplayer. A tool, which recreates a form into a mobile version.
In the first step OraPlayer records a forms business scenario.
Then you publish it to the web. In the last step you create an UI in the technology of your choice.
While you playback the scenario you work and interact with a running forms-runtime in the background.
The presentation of Madi Serban showed (more...)
Grant told us about how we should develop in forms today, how to migrate today to Forms 11 and Forms 12 in the future. One sentence was very clear: "There are no plans to desupport Oracle Forms".
In the next presentation Francois Degrelle spoke about "Modernizing Forms using Pluggable Java Components and the Forms Look and Feel project".
He started with "Why should we use Java Beans in our Forms"
He demonstrated interesting java beans like a java calendar, a (more...)
Great conference !
Lucas Jellema from AMIS started as host with a wide overview over the history of forms, the evolution and future of forms.
After that the day was structured into 3 parts. In the first part each speaker has 30 minutes to show the topics of his presentation. Each speaker got an additionally 45 minutes afterwards, where 3 tracks run parallel in separate rooms. Last but not least, each speaker gave a 120 minutes hands-on in the evening.
to be continued tomorrow in part 2
AMIS in the netherlands is the initiator of the conference and host, too.
The conference is splitted into two parts. From 9 to 5 we will hear many presentations from the top speakers in europe. Francois Degrelle, Wilfried van der Deijl, Mia Urman and many others are on the list. In the evening we can use our own notebook to participate in hands-on-sessions!
That will be a good chance, to hear and see, what can be done to modernize your Oracle Forms.
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