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    APEX CommunityTuesday, March 31, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
    Oracle Application Express 5.0 Page Designer
    David Peake,
    Oracle Corporation

    The Application Express 5.0 Universal Theme will fundamentally change how you define the user interface. Learn how to use the new styles, template options, and theme roller to readily change the look and feel of your applications.

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    DBACommunityImage.jpgThursday, April 2, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
    Getting Started with Oracle SQL Developer
    Jeff Smith, Oracle Corporation

    Spend an hour with product manager Jeff Smith as he takes you through the basics of working with Oracle Database and its IDE, SQL Developer. We’ll start with installation, configuration, and connectivity tips, then walk through basic features including:
    • Working with queries in the worksheet
    • Browsing database objects
    • Importing and exporting data
    • Making life easier with user-defined reports

    This session will be good for both first-time users and more experienced users looking for some productivity tips and pointers. Jeff loves questions, so don’t be shy!

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    APEX CommunityThursday, April 9, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
    Oracle Application Express 5.0 Universal Theme
    Shakeeb Rahman Oracle Corporation

    The Application Express 5.0 Universal Theme will fundamentally change how you define the user interface. Learn how to use the new styles, template options, and theme roller to readily change the look and feel of your applications.

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    ADF CommunityTuesday, April 14, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
    Oracle ADF Task Flow Beyond the 10-Minute Demo
    John King, King Training Resources

    Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) is an excellent tool for creating robust applications. Part of ADF’s strength is the built-in Model-View-Controller (MVC) design inherited from Java Server Faces (JSF). Using a series of XML files (of course), the flow of ADF Faces applications can be managed by the controller properly. The Task Flow process seems a little unwieldy to experienced UI developers, but the advantages of “not breaking” the Controller are worth it. In this session, you will see how ADF’s Task Flow may be used to quickly and easily manage the flow of an application.

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    Business Intelligence CommunityTuesday, April 21, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
    Fulfilling Real-Time Analytics on Oracle BI Applications Platform
    Shiv Bharti, Perficient

    If you look under the hood of top-performing companies that consistently beat analyst expectations, you’re likely to find they have invested heavily in analytics and data management infrastructure to enable this real-time, competitive phenomena. If you’ve invested in Oracle BI Applications as a first step and now want to maximize that investment and be able to do real-time analytics with no latency, there are design and modeling steps to help get this started. Shiv Bharti, Perficient BI Practice Director, will host a webinar on this topic. It will cover:

    • What is real-time BI
    • Metadata modeling steps that can be taken to attain real-time analytic requirements, regardless of where the data resides
    • Architectural questions around mitigating the impact on Business Applications
    • Customer case study on a client who had 5,000+ reports on Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer and other legacy reporting tools, and wanted to build an enterprise-class data warehouse: Shiv addresses how the team approached laying out the roadmap and migration plan and architected the future capability for real-time requirements.
    • How Oracle BI Applications can be easily customized to fulfill these real-time reporting requirements by leveraging its architecture

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    Business Intelligence CommunityTuesday, May 5, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
    End-to-End Hadoop Development Using OBIEE, ODI, and Oracle Big Data
    Mark Rittman,
    Rittman Mead

     In this session we’ll look at how developers can build solutions on the Hadoop platform using Oracle’s data integration and Hadoop platform tools, transforming and processing data using ODI, Oracle Big Data SQL and Oracle Big Data Discovery. We’ll look at options to present the output from your processing to users in the form of OBIEE dashboards and data visualisations, and techniques you can use in your development to maximise your usage of Hadoop features and ensure your solution scales-up as the size of your Hadoop cluster grows.

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    Development CommunityTuesday, May 12, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
    The Case for Storing Multimedia in the Database
    Marcelle Kratochvil, Piction

    This seminar covers the discussion points for whether multimedia should be stored in a database or stored in a file system. A number of critical points for and against are raised.

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    ADF CommunityTuesday, May 19, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
    The Tie That Binds: An Introduction to ADF Bindings
    Peter Koletzke, Quovera

    Connecting data from a data source in user interface components on a webpage was previously a difficult task, but ADF offers an easy way to do it: ADF Bindings. This presentation briefly reviews where ADF Model (ADFm) fits in ADF development and how ADF bindings allow you to quickly connect a user interface page to business services such as ADF Business Components. The presentation provides details and shows examples of how ADF bindings work, how to automatically bind data elements to visual elements, what types of bindings are available, and where binding code appears. It also explains the basics of the expression language used to bind model layer components to view layer components and gives an example of how to manipulate bindings programmatically.

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