Sunday, November 25, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 25-NOV-2012




ADF & Fusion Development Webcast–December 11th 2012, over at the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA.

The Groundside Blog by Duncan Mills brings us: Towards Ultra-Reusability for ADF - Adaptive Bindings.

Over at Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog: ADF Mobile - Secured Web Service Access.


At Business Analytics - Proactive Support, a new resource noted on Endeca: New MOS Community: Oracle Endeca Information Discovery.


At the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog: Additional new content SOA Partner Community.

Start of a series on a fundamental element of SOA: Fault Handling and Prevention - Part 1.


Over at the THE PEOPLESOFT DBA BLOG: PeopleTools 8.52 Application Engine sets MODULE and ACTION.


…And Finally

This makes me think about the old $100 hammer jokes about government purchasing. In a previous financial crisis there were complaints about the government buying a hammer for $100. While government waste and folly isn’t exactly something in the realm of improbability, further investigation showed that the $100 hammer was built to precise milspec requirements and had all kinds of special features. So when someone says ’60 dollar lightbulb’ and I wince, but I try to think of that hundred dollar hammer and give it a hearing. Here’s the article from Forbes: Steve Jobs, The $60 Light Bulb, And The Future Of Technology.

At Martin Widlake's Yet Another Oracle Blog: Friday Philosophy – The Importance of Context.

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