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Tuesday, December 16, 2014 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
By the Poolside: JDeveloper ADF Application Module Pooling Explained Frédéric Desbiens, Oracle Corporation Oracle's ADF Business Component Application Module pooling parameters are one of the least understood parts of ADF applications, but they are key to making a scalable application. This presentation will undertake a deep dive for developers on how to configure the parameters and what the impact of setting them is, all with the goal of building successful ADF applications.
Thursday, December 18, 2014 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Deep Dive: Bootstrap Theme for APEX Sergei Martens & Richard Martens, SMART4apex
The free Bootstrap theme for APEX has been downloaded over 1,000 times! Because of the enormous popularity and the response we've received, a special Deep Dive session will be given. This webinar is intended for everybody who wants to use the theme in user-friendly applications in a professional way.
During the webinar, a number of specialists eager to help you with your specific questions will be available.
The webinar will cover the most-asked questions and problems we received from APEX developers: 1. How to properly use the Bootstrap grid from APEX 2. Creating dynamic actions on Bootstrap elements 3. Building complex forms 4. What does and doesn’t the theme support (and why)? 5. Expected (new and improved) features in the next release
Part 1: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST Part 2: Wednesday, January 14, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
What's New for Oracle and .NET: Two-Part Webinar Series Alex Keh & Christian Shay, Oracle Corporation
With the release of ODAC 12c Release 3 and Oracle Database 12c, .NET developers have many more features to increase productivity and ease development. This two-part webinar series explores the following new features introduced in recent releases:
Entity Framework Code First and Code First Migrations
Schema compare tools
ODP.NET, Managed Driver
Multitenant container database management
ODP.NET application high availability
Ease of .NET development features
Oracle product managers will present these sessions with code and tool demonstrations using Visual Studio 2013.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Oracle Multimedia Primer: Understanding the Basics Marcelle Kratochvil, Piction
The Oracle database is well known for dealing with relational data. In the past five years, there has been a massive increase in multimedia usage, and the pain of managing it is only now starting to be understood. What is not well known by many is that the Oracle database is equipped to deal with multimedia and provides a great platform for these digital objects.
This seminar will cover the basics on multimedia. It will cover terminology, architectures, and methods for best working in this new and exciting environment.
Thursday, January 22, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Oracle BI (OBIEE) Source Control and Continuous Integration Christian Screen, Art of BI
Oracle BI (OBIEE) at its core is an application that requires a development process to achieve business value for analytics. This process is similar to other software development frameworks and libraries. Many OBIEE customers face questions about understanding how to evolve their OBIEE development to align with corporate development standards such as source control, multiuser development, and faster development and testing iterations. This webinar will surface key questions asked by OBIEE developers and OBIEE administrators relating to how we can make OBIEE development better, faster, and aligned with corporate standards. Key discussions will express real-world solutions for multiuser development options, using source control for OBIEE, and leveraging continuous integration, all of which will increase the performance of your OBIEE development team to execute project goals, provide more frequent deployments, and align with corporate standards for software development.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Calc Manager: Pushing the Envelope to Drive ROI Ron Moore, TopDown Consulting
Join Ron Moore, solutions architect for TopDown Consulting, to learn how to take advantage of Calc Manager’s new features to speed up routine processes and add new analytical power.
Webcast topics provide tips, tricks, and best practices, including:
Automating dynamic backup and restore on regions of the database
“Packaging” powerful analytics, such as rolling calculations, projections, and allocations
Strategies for rationalizing many repetitive calc scripts
Using custom templates
Using new debugging and optimization features
At the end of the webcast, you will have some new tricks you can use right away as well as some new ideas to increase analytical power and ROI.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Oracle BI Mobile Application Designer Is Your New Best Friend Kevin McGinley, Red Pill Analytics
With deployment of BI to mobile devices on the rise, more and more Oracle BI customers are turning toward the simplicity of delivering browser-based applications using Oracle BI Mobile Application Designer. With the latest release, companies are also realizing they can leverage Mobile Application Designer in exciting new ways, even for desktop users. This session will demonstrate and discuss how you get the most value out of Oracle BI Mobile Application Designer for mobile users, power users, and even casual users.
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