Development Tools at Oracle OpenWorld 2014: A Recap
Dana Singleterry, Oracle Corporation
Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is now behind us, and it was filled with information and plans for the present and future presented by Oracle Product Management, developers, and evangelists the world over. This year’s ev
It’s just a little over two months until the week you’ve all been anxiously awaiting: Kscope14 is coming to Seattle June 22-26! We have a fun and action-packed conference lined up for you, but with so many great opportunities you may be having trouble narrowing down your options.
In recent years, the world of application development has adopted new methodologies that aim to improve the quality and speed in which applications are being delivered. The introduction of innovative development approaches, such as test-driven development and agile development, gave rise to
This newsletter has two great articles from SIG Board member. Sarah Zumbrum tells about her experiences with the ODTUG Leadership Program last year, and Eric Helmer gives a lot of useful information about Planning in the cloud. We also have a fantastic article from ACE Director Tim Tow...
At last year’s OpenWorld, Oracle top product managers made it clear that the immediate internal vision is to make all Oracle software available on the cloud as well as on-premise. The latest addition is Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS).