Wednesday, April 30
Following comment from Oracle can you find on the press release of this event:
"...Together, Oracle and BEA will provide a series of complementary and well-engineered middleware products, allowing customers to more easily build, deploy, and manage applications in a secure environment..." (Oracle President Charles Phillips) [more]
Maybe we can see a BEA session on OOW 2008. You interessted ? Oracle kicks of the registration today.
Friday, April 25
You need to visualized in your web application similary the one i talk about in my last post. Try to integrate SMILE | Timeline. It is a AJAX Widget that only need a XML of events.
Samples and download are available here.
Is this not enough for you, try the new Oracle ADF Faces RC 11g - Gant Component and examine this viewlet.
The first time I hit the home page I saw a timeline from one of my favorite music bands years ago.
So I think to my self: "What should I do the last minutes of this day..?"
- Choose Marillion / Script for a Jester's Tears / Forgotten Sons on my playlist
- Open the Open World 2007 presentation from Duncan Mills & Clemens Utschig
- Create my first timeline
Tuesday, April 22
Oracle is presenting Oracle Web Center on the Expo 2008 in San Francisco, April 22-25. For all people they have no change to get to San Francisco with or without flowers in there hear, can find a lot of informationen on the Oracle Wiki.
Web 2.0 Resource Library
Sunday, April 20
Friday, April 18
You can configure this function with your Firefox browser inside the settings of your Google Reader.
When you read all your feeds over this bookmark and there is nothing left you will reached the End of the Internet. You have not enough time to read all your feeds ? Try this link.
Wednesday, April 16
I often consulted in my workshops:
- When is JDev 11g – Production available ?
- Should I start with TP ?
- Can I migrate my JDev 10.1.3.x project to 11.x ?
- Should I delay my project ?
Today nobody knows the exact rollout day of JDev 11g. I hope that it will be rolled out on the next Oracle World 2008 conference.
When you have a small internal project on your working list, try and learn the new features that are inside JDev 11g.