ADF Sessions at Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group (RMOUG)

In just over a week, I’ll be presenting at the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group (RMOUG). This is a good-sized conference with lots of great content and many familiar faces. I’ve been busily preparing for the conference as I’m presenting two brand new sessions this year.

The good content actually starts a day early with the OTN Developer Day on Tuesday, February 14.
Bring your own laptop to this FREE, one-day workshop, and leave with a sample application and all the software you need to build applications, including the latest version of JDeveloper and ADF. At last check there’s still a few seats left, so be sure to register and make sure you select the Java track on the event page:

Wednesday starts off at 9:15 with “Understanding the Fusion Development Platform” – if you have any questions about what Fusion Middleware entails, how it fits into Oracle’s plans, or how it can fit into your organization’s plans, this session is for you.

At 10:45 Wednesday I’ll present “Getting the Most Out of Your ADF Application – Integrating ADF with SOA and BPM” – This session shows how ADF is used as a front-end to BPM and SOA applications, and helps you see how to weave together different parts of the Fusion Middleware stack.

Wednesday at 1:15 I’m presenting “How to Build an ADF Application Productively” – this session is great if you are just getting started with ADF or are embarking on a project and need help understanding how to set up your development environment. I’ll show how you can use scripting tools like Ant and Maven to run your source compilation, I’ll address best practices how to set up your source control, and I’ll demonstrate how to use Hudson for continuous integration, so you can really maximize productivity when developing ADF applications.

There are several other ADF sessions to attend as well, including the latest ADF Mobile session by Joe Huang:
“Develop Mobile Apps Smartphones and Tablets: Converging Web and Native Applications”

The full conference schedule is here:″

I always look forward to this trip, it’s about the umpteenth time that I’ve presented at RMOUG and it will be great to catch up with old friends! And of course, spend some time in one of my favorite cities. Hope to see you there!


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