Fusion Middleware

Fusion has officially arrived, and developers are the key to making it a success.

This year, presentations will be focused around the following areas:

ADF

  • Building Apps in ADF
  • Extending Apps in ADF
  • Forms, Reports, and ADF - ADF Equivalents of Forms Triggers, Common Oracle Forms Tasks in ADF, ADF Alternatives (Open Source Alternatives to ADF and J2EE, Getting the Most from Oracle Forms and Reports)

SOA

  • Working with the SOA Suite
  • Business Process Management
  • Business-to-Business Integration
  • Developing in Event-driven Architecture

Enterprise Architecture and Development

  • Architecture Things Developers Should Know - WebLogic Server, JRocket, Coherance, Grid Messaging, Appliance Builder, Enterprise Manager, Oracle Enterprise Architecture Framework (OEAF)
  • Developing with the WebCenter Framework
  • Enterprise Development and Eclipse – the Enterprise Eclipse Pack
  • AJAX Development
  • WebLogic Portal Development - Apache Beehive Page Flows/NetUI, Portal Standards, Implementing on WLP, JSP, JSR standards, WebTrends, Upgrade/New Features
  • FMW Development Tools Available in Oracle Apps FMW technology stack
  • Using ADF with Oracle Applications
  • Oracle Applications and Business Process Extensions

Check out this video of Oracle ACE Director Chris Muir discussing the Fusion Middleware track at Kscope11.

 

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