Oracle Develop Tracks
Oracle Develop is the premier conference for Oracle developers wishing to refine their skills and learn more about the newest Oracle technologies. Along with keynotes and networking events, you’ll get in-depth technical sessions and Hands-on Labs that cover everything you need to know to do your job even better. Check out Oracle Develop sessions in the tracks described below.
Oracle Develop Primary Tracks
.NETWith more than 700,000 people, the .NET developer community for Oracle Database is one of the largest. In this track, learn why .NET programmers choose Oracle Database 11g, including the newly added Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 support. Hands-on labs allow both beginners and experts to learn more: create a basic .NET Web application for Oracle, use Visual Studio wizards and designers to create database schema objects and auto-generate .NET code, create a .NET stored procedure in Oracle Database, debug PL/SQL in Visual Studio, leverage database change notification with .NET callbacks, and learn techniques for optimizing Oracle .NET application performance. Presentations on Oracle Data Provider for .NET, Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio, Oracle Providers for ASP.NET, and .NET stored procedures will reinforce the hands-on labs and demonstrate how to make the most of Oracle Database 11g.
Application Grid and Oracle WebLogicGet up to date on the latest trends in the world of Java and the infrastructure that will make your application perform. From the Java Virtual Machine, through the development environment, and to an application grid deployment platform, this track offers tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your enterprise foundation. Topics covered include extreme scalability with Oracle Coherence and Oracle Tuxedo, Java Persistence API (JPA), next-generation JavaServer Faces (JSF), Java-based Web services, JVM tuning, Oracle Application Server, development with Oracle JDeveloper, NetBeans and Eclipse, deployment architectures, and much more.
Database DevelopmentJoin Oracle experts and get up to date on the latest technologies in Oracle Database 11g, Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, Oracle Berkeley DB, and MySQL for developing database applications. The Database Development track covers a wide range of database application development topics, from Oracle Application Express and the new modeling features of Oracle SQL Developer to in-memory database caching and advanced techniques for managing XML, spatial, and multimedia. This track brings experts and peers together for in-depth and hands-on sessions using PL/SQL, Java, PHP, and other development frameworks for database and embedded application development.
MYSQLMySQL is the world's most popular open-source database, with over 70,000 downloads per day. As the "M" in the LAMP stack, MySQL is used by numerous web developers as well as large enterprises to power their high-volume web sites, mission-critical applications and packaged software, including industry leaders such as Google, Facebook, Alcatel-Lucent and Zappos.com. MySQL is integral to Oracle's complete, open and integrated strategy, and Oracle continues to invest in MySQL and make MySQL better. The MySQL track covers a wide range of technical topics, from MySQL performance tuning, replication, to scalability improvements for multicore systems. Attendees will also learn from MySQL experts the latest features delivered in MySQL 5.5, InnoDB storage engine as well as MySQL Cluster 7.1.
Oracle Fusion DevelopmentIn this track, you'll learn about the technologies used to develop Oracle Fusion Applications. Covering Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), application lifecycle management, and service-oriented architecture (SOA) integration, the sessions in this track show you how Oracle simplifies Java-based application development with frameworks and a declarative development approach. Get a head start on the development environment that will be used to extend and customize the next generation of Oracle Fusion Applications. Developers who use Oracle Forms, Oracle's PeopleSoft PeopleTools, and other 4GL tools can experience the easiest path to migrate their skills to the latest technologies with the Oracle Fusion stack.
Rich Enterprise ApplicationsLearn how to build the next generation of your user interfaces in this track. Create dynamic, appealing Web, mobile, and enterprise applications with rich functionality by adding Web 2.0 capabilities to them: discussions, user-defined pages, location and map data, reports, and much more. Sessions cover technologies, development tools, and languages that can simplify the development of your applications. Join us for sessions and hands-on labs that dive into topics such as Ajax, Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client components, Oracle WebCenter, Oracle ADF Mobile Browser, Oracle ADF Mobile Client, PHP, Ruby, and more.
Service-Oriented ArchitectureThis track covers all things service-oriented architecture (SOA), from basics to best practices. You'll hear how global companies have implemented SOA in the real world and how you can use SOA to create a truly flexible, adaptable IT infrastructure. You'll also get insight into how to grow SOA from small point projects into successful enterprise-scale implementations with an effective SOA governance strategy. Sessions in this track also focus on emerging trends such as business process management (BPM) and event-driven architecture (EDA). You'll get a technical deep-dive into BPM, Oracle Enterprise Service Bus, Web service orchestration with BPEL, service management, Oracle Business Activity Monitoring, the Oracle Business Rules engine, Oracle Service Registry and Oracle Enterprise Repository, and complex event processing.