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June

2012

Welcome to the New Oracle ADF Developer Newsletter

Oracle's Application Development Framework (ADF) has drawn a huge following and community due to the successes of not only Oracle customers but also Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle's next generation of business applications. Not only are Oracle JDeveloper and ADF used for Fusion Apps but also many of the other products Oracle provides, including Oracle WebCenter.

The growth of ADF over the years has been tremendous and the success is directly attributable to you, our customers, and the feedback and input you've provided in helping us to build a better product. Along those lines, we now want to provide you with a method to easily see what's new in the JDeveloper and ADF community - therefore we've created this newsletter, which will initially be provided on a bi-monthly basis.

The theme of this newsletter will vary from month-to-month but the content will always include events, blogs, ADF tips, and more. Thank you for subscribing and we promise to keep the news exciting!

—Bill Pataky, VP Product Management, Tools & Frameworks, and the Oracle Technology Network Team

Featured This Month: Oracle Events

 

Don't Miss the Oracle ADF Track at Oracle OpenWorld

Developers and architects interested in Oracle ADF attending this stream will learn about the latest Oracle ADF features, tips, tricks, and best practices from Oracle product managers, Oracle ACEs, and customers.

Special Fusion Middleware Track at ODTUG KScope This year

Don't miss sessions and hands-on labs covering Oracle ADF, Oracle SOA Suite, and Oracle WebCenter at this year's KScope conference. See the list of sessions here.

Oracle Technology Network Virtual Developer Day - Oracle Fusion Development

Oracle Technology Network will be presenting a free Virtual Developer Day in Americas TZ hours on July 10 where you can learn about the Oracle Fusion Development platform. Sessions will cover a basic introduction to Oracle ADF, new developments in the Oracle ADF world, and integration between Oracle ADF and the rest of Fusion Middleware. Please check the Events page regularly for the registration announcement which is coming soon.

Upcoming Events Around The World

For local Oracle Technology Events, OTN Developer Day: ADF and Oracle Fusion Development and more, in your area please visit the JDeveloper / ADF Community Page.

Oracle ADF Insider - Learn Oracle ADF Online

 

Oracle ADF Insider

The Oracle ADF Insider series contains recorded sessions on Oracle ADF basics to advanced techniques that will help you get up to speed with Oracle ADF. Check back regularly for updates by experts, for experts. Some of the latest sessions are listed below:

Blog Entries from Our Technical Staff (Tips, Tricks, & More)

 

New Downloads

 

Community & More

 
Call for Nominations: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards

Oracle is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2012 Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards. Jointly sponsored by Oracle, OAUG, QUEST, ODTUG, IOUG, AUSOUG, and UKOUG, the Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards honor organizations using Oracle Fusion Middleware to deliver unique business value This year, the awards will recognize customers across eight distinct categories:

If you consider yourself a pioneer, using these solutions in innovative ways to achieve significant business value, submit your nomination for the 2012 Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards by Friday, July 17, 2012, for a chance to win a FREE registration to Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco, California. Top customers will be showcased at Oracle OpenWorld 2012, get a chance to mingle with Oracle executives, network with their peers and be featured in Oracle Magazine.

What's Happening in the JDeveloper and ADF community?
The Oracle JDeveloper and ADF communities continue to show their strengths by growing year on year. The ADF EMG, a free community driven forum for ADF developers interested in best practices and methodologies for ADF development broke 800 members this year. Not bad for a group that started late in 2008 with 25 members! Recently the ADF EMG forum invited a key Oracle ADF Faces engineer, Andy Schwartz, to talk to the community in Reddit style "IAmA" thread, which provided customers a great chance to learn and discuss JavaServer Faces and ADF Faces concepts and issues. Don't be a passive developer! Join the ADF EMG today and participate in the wider JDeveloper and ADF communities.

Oracle JDeveloper/ADF Customer Success Stories
Oracle customers continue to excel as leaders on the cutting edge of technology and this page highlights applications created by customers based on Oracle ADF, Oracle SOA Suite, and additional products from Oracle. The applications are developed using Oracle JDeveloper and these case studies offer insight into the challenges faced by customers and the solutions to their challenges. Return to this page frequently to see the new studies provided by Oracle customers.

  • Etiya - "Switching to Oracle ADF, our software production quality has significantly increased while our development lifecycle was shortened." - Etiya - IT
Customer Public ADF Sites
Not only are Oracle customers using ADF for their internal applications and intranets but they're also creating enterprise applications that are public facing internet sites. Visit this page to see some examples of ADF applications that are serving customers over the public internet.