There is an oline photo impression of this conference, with a couple of photos of the presentation, and the live Fusion Middleware Development session.
Not only did I do my presentation, I was also part of the live Fusion Middleware Development team, next to Ronald van Luttikhuizen, Lonneke Dikmans, Steven Davelaar, Edwin Biemond en Lucas Jellema. An impression of this session can be found here.
Next month is all about preparing two sessions for ODTUG KScope 12, and writing papers for these presentations
The first session is about Reporting in ADF applications.
An ADF Special Report
Oracle ADF is a very powerful framework for building enterprise applications. The framework, however, has no built-in solutions for reporting. In this session, you will learn how to fill this gap by using open source reporting solutions and solutions provided by Oracle.
The second one is about common UI patterns in ADF applications.
How to Bring Common UI Patterns to ADF
When working with enterprise applications, you want to have the same user experience that you know from for instance office applications and browsers. People know how to use the features that can be found in browsers such as bookmarking, favorites, and working with tabs. The search mechanism provided by Google, that uses suggestions based on the text typed by the user, is so common that people expect this in every application. And there are more of these UI patterns. In this session, you will learn how to implement some of the common UI patterns in your ADF application.
I will keep you posted on this blog.