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Oracle Develop: Database Development Getting Started with Oracle Database and .NET This beginner-level session introduces Oracle Database's features for .NET programmers, including Oracle Data Provider for .NET, Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio, Oracle Providers for ASP.NET, and .NET stored procedures. Step-by-step demos illustrate how to get started developing Oracle Database .NET applications.
Oracle Develop: Database Development What's New for .NET Developers of Oracle Database This session presents the latest and upcoming Oracle .NET features, including support for entity framework, LINQ, WCF data services, 100 percent-managed Oracle Data Provider for .NET, Oracle's TimesTen, .NET application performance tuning, 64-bit XCopy deployment, and Oracle Coherence. This session includes demonstrations of these features using Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Oracle SQL Developer 3.0: Product Update and New Features Oracle SQL Developer provides database developers with a powerful tool for database tasks. This session reviews the latest features, including the new visual query builder, support for DBMS Scheduler, and the SQL Code Advisor. The new features include a wide variety of changes and updates, including the new DBA navigator that supports DBA-related functionality, such as database controls and support for roles and tablespaces. Other features include updates to the export and import functionality.  This session covers points of interest for some of these new features.
Oracle Develop: Database Development PL/SQL Development and Unit Testing with Oracle SQL Developer 3.0 Oracle SQL Developer supports the development of SQL and PL/SQL code. You can create edit, compile, and run your code using the editors provided. Once compiled, it is essential to include tests to ensure the code is accurate. This session covers how the various features in Oracle SQL Developer support PL/SQL development. Learn to create, edit, compile, and debug PL/SQL, and then learn about the latest unit testing capabilities. Also discover how to create unit tests, build test implementation, save test components to a library for reuse, and run the tests individually or as a suite.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Advanced Java Programming Techniques with Oracle Database 11g This technical session covers how to implement efficient Java Persistence with JDBC, including LOB prefetching, advanced security, client result cache, query change notification, and online application upgrade. It also covers how to use universal connection pool, including fast connection failover, runtime load-balancing, Web session, and transaction affinity. Attendees will also learn why and when to adopt Java in the database, with a focus on the just in time compiler, memory manager, threading, call, and session structure.
Oracle Develop: Database Development PHP in the Enterprise: Develop, Deploy Mission-Critical Applications with Oracle Dynamic languages (PHP, Python, Ruby, and Perl) are being used to develop and deploy mission-critical Web applications. In this demo-packed technical session attendees learn tips and techniques for building robust, fast, and maintainable Web applications using Oracle features such as transactions across HTTP requests, online patching/upgrade of 24/7 applications, client ResultSet caching and cache invalidation, large-scale deployment with database resident connection pooling, high-availability with fast connection failover, and end-to-end tracing using clientid.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Introduction to Oracle Application Express (APEX) As the popularity of Oracle Application Express continues to grow, learn for yourself just why it is such a powerful, easy-to-use development tool. This session gives attendees an overview of the tool, complete with demonstrations on how to maximize your Oracle Database investment. This session is based on Oracle Application Express 4.0 and all the new features that make development even easier and more productive.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Oracle Application Express (APEX) Interactive Reporting and Websheets Interactive reports has been one of THE best features of Oracle Application Express since it was introduced in APEX 3.1. Learn how the latest features of interactive reports in Oracle Application Express 4.0 make them even more compelling for online reporting. For example, Websheets, one of the premier new features, enables end users to create pages of static information together with data grids that are effectively updateable interactive reports without the need for any tables.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Edition-Based Redefinition: the Key to Online Application Upgrade The downtime needed to patch or upgrade the tables, views, PL/SQL code, and so on that implement an application’s Oracle Database back end can last hours or days, and the opportunity cost this causes can be huge. Edition-based redefinition, new in Oracle Database 11gRelease 2, changes the game and allows online application upgrades with no downtime. This session explains how it all works, focusing on editions, editioning views, and crossedition triggers.
Oracle Develop: Database Development PL/SQL Enhancements in Oracle Database 11g This session provides an overview of the PL/SQL enhancements in Oracle Database 11g, including transparent performance improvements, and tools for performance analysis and for code insight. Also covered are the new language features that give better performance, provide new functionality, and make programming in PL/SQL more productive.
Oracle Develop: Database Development An Introduction to Oracle XML DB in Oracle Database 11g Release 2 This session provides an overview of Oracle XML DB and Oracle Database 11g Release 2. It examines key XML use cases, including native storage and query, information interchange, metadata management, and document authoring. It also covers how Oracle's flexible approach to XML optimizes storage and indexing, and delivers efficient, performant processing of structured and unstructured XML content. The session includes an introduction to binary and object-relational XML storage and how to use XML standards, such as XQuery, to process XML content. Attendees also learn to generate XML from relational data using SQL/XML, and how to use the Oracle XML DB repository to create document-centric applications that use familiar file / folder metaphors to organize XML.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Designing MySQL Databases This session covers the basics of designing MySQL for your specific application. Topics include data modeling, forward- and reverse-engineering databases, data types, indexes, and foreign keys for various application scenarios. Attendees learn how MySQL Workbench can help you design, develop, and deploy your MySQL databases. Whether you are developing commercial applications, Web-based applications, or in-house applications, and whether you are a novice or more advanced, you will benefit from this presentation.
Oracle Develop: Database Development MySQL Developer Essentials with PHP, Java and .NET This presentation provides an overview of the resources available to MySQL developers in the three most popular programming languages. Topics include the core supported drivers and advanced features, as well as how the MySQL connectors can be used with MySQL Enterprise Monitor and Query Analyzer to help developers trace the source of a problematic query. You'll also see code examples for PHP, Java, and .NET and a live demo during the session.
Oracle Application Express (APEX) Dynamic Actions Oracle Application Express 4.0 introduces dynamic actions, a new and easy way to declaratively define client-side behavior in your applications without using JavaScript or AJAX. Attendees learn everything they need to know about dynamic actions, and gain a good appreciation of how to benefit from using them to give applications a richer Web 2.0 feel.
Oracle Database 11g New Search Features and Roadmap Oracle Text is the full-text search engine built into every version of Oracle Database. This presentation introduces the main features of Oracle Text for Oracle Database 11g users, the new features in Oracle Database 11g Release 2, and the roadmap for future versions of the product and its integration with Oracle Secure Enterprise Search to provide secure search beyond Oracle Database.
Leveraging the Full Power of the Oracle XML DB Repository This session provides a detailed overview of the Oracle XML DB repository. It covers how the repository provides a powerful, flexible platform for managing XML and other forms of content, and how to access content stored in the repository using industry-standard protocols such as HTTP and WebDAV, and via SQL. Attendees learn how access control lists enforce security, and how to interface the repository with externally defined user communities. Also covered is how to use repository events to store content in user schemas. Finally, attendees are introduced to two interoperable content management applications, one built with AJAX and XSL, and the other with APEX, as well as a solution for performing file-level backup and restore operations.
MySQL for Java Developers Java is the most popular development platform, used by more than 6.5 million software developers in every major industry. Likewise, MySQL is the most popular open-source database, also with several million users. In this session, attendees learn about the components and features available for Java developers in MySQL, including Connector/J, MySQL's JDBC driver; MXJ connector, a Java utility package for deploying and managing a MySQL database, and XML support.
Using Maps in Applications with Oracle Spatial and MapViewer This session for Java and SQL developers explains how to convert addresses into coordinates (geocoding), how to perform location analysis and proximity queries (find nearest, etc.), and how to incorporate interactive maps in database applications using Oracle Spatial and MapViewer. Attendees also learn how to deploy the spatial database Web services commonly used in location-based services and Web mapping applications.
Optimize Oracle Data Access Performance with Visual Studio and .NET This session explores tuning in Oracle Data Provider for .NET and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio can enable faster data access and processing. Oracle Data Provider for .NET self-tunes, optimizing data processing based on runtime sampling. Oracle Developer Tools includes Oracle Performance Analyzer, which monitors running applications, highlights performance problems, and offers specific recommendations such as SQL tuning and indexing. Learn to use these and other optimization techniques in this presentation.
Oracle Develop: Database Development Overview and Best Practices with Oracle Spatial and MapViewer This session begins with a brief introduction to Oracle's spatial technologies, and then provides tips and best practices on getting the best performance from Oracle Spatial and the MapViewer feature, as well as best practices for using Oracle Exadata Database Machine.
Oracle Develop: Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF: The Oracle Fusion Development Platform Oracle JDeveloper is the development tool for Oracle Fusion Applications; it covers the full development lifecycle of Java-based SOA applications. Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) is the framework that makes development with these standards simple. This session explains the basics of the Oracle Fusion Middleware architecture and shows how adopting this framework can boost productivity. Get an overview of the capabilities, features, and development experience through live demos that show you how to build rich internet applications based on reusable business services.
Oracle Develop: Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications Mobilize Your Enterprise Rapidly with Oracle Application Development Framework With Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) Mobile, developers can create richly functional, on-device/offline-capable mobile applications that leverage device-native services and can rapidly extend any Oracle ADF application to virtually any mobile device browser. This session covers how to rapidly and declaratively develop a mobile application in Oracle JDeveloper and then deploy it to multiple mobile devices (BlackBerry, Android, iPhone, and more) over different channels. Also covered is how to use Oracle ADF Mobile to build mobile applications that extend existing Oracle applications.
Oracle Develop: Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications Rich Internet Applications and Web 2.0 Development Made Simple Do you want to build cutting-edge user interfaces for your Web and mobile applications but don't have the time to learn and overcome the complexity of JavaScript/Ajax development? Come to this session to learn a simpler approach to achieving your goals using a rich set of user interface components and a visual and declarative development approach. Through a combination of discussion and live demonstrations attendees learn about the standards-based UI framework Oracle is using for the Oracle Fusion generation of applications and for various other products, and see how you can utilize them also.
Oracle Develop: Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications Oracle Forms to Java and Oracle ADF: Why? How? And What Skills Do You Need? For thousands of customers, Oracle Forms is at the heart of their corporate IT strategy. However, with the advent of Oracle Fusion, Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), Oracle JDeveloper, and Java, should you be considering moving your Oracle Forms applications to Java? What skills would you need? Should you be reusing your Oracle Forms code? What is Oracle ADF? Will it help? This session provides direct facts about migrating your applications, and the skills you'll need, from Oracle Forms to Java and Oracle ADF.
Oracle Develop: Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications Accelerated Java EE Development: The Oracle Way Do you like the power, portability, and standardization that Java EE gives you, but don't like the productivity level it offers? In this session, learn how to boost the productivity of enterprise Java developers with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF). Through live demos, learn how to do visual and declarative development based on the Java Persistence API, Enterprise JavaBeans, and JavaServer Faces, and then discover how Oracle ADF builds upon these standards and extends them to enable you to create cutting-edge, Ajax-enabled UIs, reusable JavaServer Faces flows, and easy binding of your business services to the user interface.

 

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