Thursday, July 3, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 03-JUL-2014

New Releases

Lots of big ones recently:

From BPM for Government: BPM 12c is Now Available!!

New Oracle Framework Targets Cross-Platform Mobile Developers, from Application Development Trends on MAF.


Also from AMIS, on SOA: SOA Suite 12c: Weekend Roundup.


From Fusion Applications Developer Relations: June in Review.




Another great month out there on OTN. Check out the Top 10 ArchBeat Videos for June 2014 on ArchBeat.


SQL Developer


Reza Rahman's Blog shared some material on the Java EE 8 road-map here: Java Day Tokyo Trip Report.


Concurrent Crawling with Go and Python, from Venkata Mahalingam.

And on the lighter side of coding: How to interpret human programming terms.

PeopleSoft Turbocharged

From Oracle Applications on Engineered Systems: PeopleSoft on Engineered Systems Documentation.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog

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