Oracle Develop 2012 offers scores of sessions focused on helping you enhance your developer skills and productivity. Oracle Develop tracks organize content by topic area to make it easier for you to find technical sessions aligned with your primary interests, job area, career aspirations, and technology passions. Learn how to develop applications for Oracle database products, get the latest on the Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware development environment, get up to date on application server technologies, take a deep dive into service-oriented architecture, and more during Oracle Develop this year.
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Get up to date on the latest development trends in Java and beyond—in the infrastructure that will make your application perform. From the Java virtual machine to the development environment, and through application deployment platforms like Oracle WebLogic and GlassFish, this track offers tips, migration strategies for Oracle's application server customers, and tricks to help you get the most out of your enterprise foundation. You'll learn about developing extremely available, scalable, fault tolerant, and ultrafast custom applications across Oracle Exalogic, Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Coherence, Oracle Tuxedo, Oracle TopLink, HotSpot, and Oracle JRockit. Whether you code with Oracle JDeveloper, NetBeans, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, or something else, you'll experience Oracle application server technologies that will help you deliver on time with fewer defects.
Join Oracle experts and get up to date on the latest technologies for developing applications for Oracle Database 11g and other Oracle database products such as MySQL. Learn about the Oracle Database Cloud Service. The Database Development track covers a wide range of database application development topics including Oracle Application Express, Oracle SQL Developer, Oracle XML Database (Oracle XML DB), and Oracle Spatial. This track brings together experts for sessions on using Java, .NET, and other development frameworks for database application development.
The sessions in this track will demonstrate how Oracle simplifies Java-based, Web, and mobile application development with frameworks and a declarative development approach. You’ll learn about the technologies and tools used to develop Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and next-generation user interfaces. Topics include Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), ADF Faces Rich Client components, ADF Mobile, Oracle WebCenter, service-oriented architecture (SOA) integration, application lifecycle management, Ajax, HTML5, and development tools including Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. Get a head start on the development environment used to extend and customize the next generation of Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware. Developers who use Oracle Forms, Oracle’s PeopleSoft PeopleTools, and other 4GL tools can experience the easiest path for updating their skills to the latest technologies with the Oracle Fusion stack
This track covers all things service-oriented architecture (SOA), from basics to a deep dive into best practices for developers and architects. 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 departmental projects into successful enterprise-scale implementations with an effective SOA governance strategy. Sessions in this track include emerging trends in the areas of complex event processing, business process management, shared services with an enterprise service bus, Web service orchestration with BPEL, business activity monitoring, business rules, and more.