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Oracle Develop Stream

Oracle Develop Primary Tracks

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Enterprise developers and architects attending this stream will learn about the cutting edge of a wide range of Java and non-Java technologies. Choose from dozens of expert-led, in-depth technical sessions covering Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Public Cloud, cloud application foundation, service-oriented architecture (SOA), business process management (BPM), .NET, PL/SQL, Oracle Database, Oracle Solaris operating system development, and more.


.NET with Oracle Database

.NET developers rely on Oracle databases for a variety of business applications, making the .NET developer community for Oracle Database one of the world’s largest. With technical sessions on Oracle Data Provider for .NET, Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio, Oracle Providers for ASP.NET, .NET stored procedures, and more, this track features the latest techniques and best practices for developing, testing, and optimizing .NET applications for Oracle databases including Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database. You’ll find a range of hands-on labs for experts and beginners focused on developing .NET Web applications by using Microsoft Visual Studio wizards and designers to create schema objects and auto-generate .NET code. Additional labs focus on developing Oracle-enabled Entity Frameworks and LINQ applications.


Application Servers and Cloud Application Foundation

Get up to date on the latest development trends in enterprise Java, in-memory data grid, virtualization, and proven open source technologies and learn how to exploit these trends to make your enterprise application perform. From the Java Virtual Machine, to the development environment, to the application deployment platform, this track offers tips, migration strategies for Oracle’s application server customers, code samples, 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 Cloud, Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle GlassFish Server, 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 the cloud application foundation and application server technologies that will help you deliver on time, and with higher quality.


Database Development

The Database Development track brings experts and peers together for in-depth technical and hands-on sessions on using PL/SQL, Java, PHP, and other development frameworks for database and embedded application development. It covers database development from Oracle Application Express and the modeling and migration features of Oracle SQL Developer to in-memory database caching and advanced techniques for managing unstructured data. Join the database developer experts and get up to speed on the latest technologies for developing applications using Oracle databases including Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, Oracle Berkeley DB, and MySQL.


Integrated Customer Experience

The Integrated Customer Experience developer track provides the information and advice you need to utilize Oracle's leading customer experience (CX) applications to design, build, and deploy groundbreaking customer experiences while integrating with your existing Oracle products and across the enterprise. Join us in this track and choose from sessions led by technical experts from Oracle RightNow CX Cloud Service, Oracle Knowledge (InQuira), Oracle ATG, Oracle Endeca, and Oracle Live Help applications. Get invaluable information and advice to bring your CX technology vision to life.


Oracle ADF and Oracle Fusion Applications Development

The sessions in this track 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, Oracle 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.


Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux Development

The Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux Development track is designed for application developers who are porting or creating applications for Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux, including virtualized and cloud-scale environments. Learn how to develop, multithread, compile, and tune your native C, C++, and Fortran applications. Use the Oracle Solaris Studio tool suite for Oracle Linux and Oracle Solaris—parallelizing compilers, powerful performance, memory and thread-analysis tools, remote development features, and much more—to master multicore SPARC and x86 systems from Oracle. Learn how features like Oracle Solaris DTrace, Oracle Linux DTrace, and Java BTrace can help optimize your native and Java applications on Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux. Attendees will also learn what to consider when writing applications for Oracle Solaris 11, which provides a new mechanism—the image packaging system—for delivering and maintaining software. Discover how you can use Oracle Linux JeOS (Just Enough OS) to distribute your applications on top of a small-footprint enterprise operating system and build a full-stack virtual machine or Oracle VM Template.


Service-Oriented Architecture and Business Process Management for Developers

Learn about how trends like public/private cloud, engineered systems, platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and virtualization are transforming enterprise IT. Find out how customers are using Oracle’s cloud application foundation, the industry’s most complete best-of-breed platform for developing cloud applications. Learn why Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is the #1 application server across conventional and cloud environments and how to take it to the next level with synergies across Oracle Database, applications, assemblies, and virtualization. Learn about the groundbreaking benefits of Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, the world’s best foundation for running your enterprise applications, with hardware and software engineered to work together. Discover the latest capabilities added to Oracle Coherence in-memory data grid, Oracle JRockit Java runtime solutions, Oracle Tuxedo for C/C++/COBOL, Oracle GlassFish Server, HotSpot, and Oracle JDeveloper.


Secondary Tracks

Sessions can also have a secondary, optional track that further categorizes the session. Secondary tracks include all the Primary Tracks, as well as specific Oracle Applications product lines.

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Monday, September 23
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