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Update: ADF EMG Oracle Open World 2010 Unconference Sessions

I teased in a previous post that I'd reserve publishing details about the ADF EMG Oracle Open World 2010 Unconference sessions till later. Well later is now, and I'm (you guessed it) excited to announce we have another full schedule at the Unconference. Read below for more details:

Where and when?

Location: Hotel Parc 55, 3rd Floor, Mason Room
Map: http://www.parc55hotel.com/map-and-directions
Date/time: Wednesday 22nd Sept 10:00-12:00
Duration: 120min

Topics and Speakers

Oracle ADF 11g and Oracle WebCenter 11g Production Demo

Andrejus Baranovskis - Red Samurai Consulting

During his session Andrejus will demonstrate two production systems, the first a retail system, and the second for the education sector. Both systems are based on a standard Oracle development architecture - utilising ADF BC, ADF Task Flows, ADF Libraries and Oracle's ADF UI Shell. The second system in addition implements Oracle WebCenter Services - Composer, Discussions, Document Management and RSS feeds, providing a Web 2.0 platform.

ADF BC 10g and ADF Faces 10g to ADF BC 11g and Trinidad, Live!

John Flack – Information Engineer Synectics for Management Decisions, Inc.

John will run a live lets-get-down-and-dirty demonstration of migrating a small ADF BC 10g/ADF Faces 10g application to ADF BC 11g and Apache MyFaces Trinidad. This will include steps to make the migration easier, the migration wizard, and how to clean up the application after migration, as well some differences between ADF Faces 10g and Trinidad. John will also show some steps needed which aren't documented, from some hard-earned real-life experience.

Demonstration of UW-Madison's Scholarship Application

Todd Hill & Ed O'Connor-Giles – Development Services Specialist and Technical Leader at the University of Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin-Madison automates management, evaluation, and awarding of scholarships -- and the online application experience for students -- with an application built on Oracle ADF. In this session Todd and Ed from the university will demonstrate the application and their technical approach, discuss the many real-world technical challenges faced, and lessons learned in the course of the project.

Integrating 3rd party tools/frameworks into ADF

Gert Leenders - Product Manager at Axi Nv

Gert will discuss their latest ADF project resulting in a real Java technology mash-up showing how ADF can be integrated with several different product. The core remains ADF but for the management of the business processes his team integrated JBoss jBPM, JBoss Drools as a business rule engine, and last but not least Alfresco & UCM as a content repository through the use of CMIS.

ADF - How much do you really need to know?

Sten Vesterli

How much knowledge is enough? You could spend months or even years learning to master all aspects of ADF Business Components and ADF Faces, but you already know that you don't need to know everything. This presentations proposes a set of ADF skill levels and a way to classify application complexity - and a way to map these, so you know what skill levels you need in order to build a given application.

Don't forget...

Don't forget that the ADF EMG also has an on-schedule session on Sunday 19th:

Session ID: S313445
Location: Moscone West, Level 3, Room 3012
Date/time: Sunday 19th Sept 14:00-15:00

...with the following well respected ADF and JSF speakers:

• Frank Nimphius
• Kito Mann
• Aino Andriessen
• Sten Vesterli

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

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Chris Muir, an Oracle ACE Director, senior developer and trainer, and frequent blogger at http://one-size-doesnt-fit-all.blogspot.com, has been hacking away as an Oracle consultant with Australia's SAGE Computing Services for too many years. Taking a pragmatic approach to all things Oracle, Chris has more recently earned battle scars with JDeveloper, Apex, OID and web services, and has some very old war-wounds from a dark and dim past with Forms, Reports and even Designer 100% generation. He is a frequent presenter and contributor to the local Australian Oracle User Group scene, as well as a contributor to international user group magazines such as the IOUG and UKOUG.