In addition to my FatWire tutorial talk, I gave one on ADF Mobile. Or, more accurately, I talked about how cool it is that Oracle is going to be bundling PhoneGap with their ADF Mobile toolkits!
I was never really a fan of mobile applications: I prefer the mobile web experience. Every mobile device supports HTML5, which means that you can do just about everything a mobile app can do, other than high-performance graphics. In fact, according to an Adobe study users prefer mobile web to mobile apps for just about everything.
Oracle recently acquired FatWire, and renamed it WebCenter Sites. It is a "web experience management" toolkit, which is similar to Oracle's existing Site Studio product -- a part of Oracle UCM, now called WebCenter Content.
After using Site Studio for years, I got pretty accustomed to it's terminology and toolkits... so looking at FatWire was initially intimidating because it was just so dang different. But, after using it for several months, I've come to the conclusion that a lot of the fundamentals are pretty similar. Pretty much everything Site Studio does is built in to FatWire, and FatWire has a (more...)
Oracle UCM Patch Set 5 is released! And thus begins the long, long hunt for the patches you need to upgrade...
Most of this info is available in the Oracle FAQ for ECM 11g, as well as the Oracle Fusion Middleware Patching Guide... but I was tired of it being un-googleable... So I decided to put a few of the links together here.
Upgrading ECM can be a multi-step process. You need to upgrade WebLogic before upgrading ECM, and you need to make sure you have the right version of the Repository Creation Utility (RCU)... not to mention the (more...)
I encountered a website yesterday that required a complex password. It's password rules were:
at least 9 characters
must include a capitol letter
must include three digits
must not repeat a letter, but can repeat a number
must include one "special" character above a number [!@#$%^&*()]
can not include "special" characters that is not above a number
can not start with a capitol letter
These are general-interest articles about computer hardware, software, and the internet. You know what kind of nerd I must be when I have separate sections for Science and Technology... and multiple subsections for each.