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15 Jun 2017
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Code Online : Virtual Event for Developers and DevOps Engineers [64353]
By Zeynep Koch

Zeynep blogs, "Are you a developer? DevOps Engineer? Interested in coding and want to enhance your knowledge about Oracle's developer tools? Here's a great virtual event for you that you can attend without traveling.

Oracle Code Online is an online event that includes technical demonstrations and presentations from community advocates, Oracle ACEs, Product Leads and Java Champions. The content is organized into five tracks, with the individual sessions located within each one.

During each live session you will be able to chat instantaneously with any questions or comments about the presentation.

Register based on your region and attend on the day..."
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14 Jun 2017
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Oracle Code: The Microservices Beat Goes On [64352]
By Bob Rhubart

Bob blogs, "As the Oracle Code tour makes its way around the world --- San Francisco, Austin, New York City, Washington DC, Toronto, London, Berlin, Prague, Moscow, Brussels, New Delhi, and Tokyo completed, Atlanta, Sao, Paolo, Mexico City, Rishon LeZion, Sydney, Beijing, Bangalore, and Seoul still to come -- the microservices drumbeat continues.

Microservice development is a key theme across all of the Oracle Code events, and session speakers at the various events have come at microservices from a variety of technical and conceptual angles. The videos listed below are among the most-watched microservices sessions and interviews from various cities on the tour..."
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12 Jun 2017
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Oracle to 'Earn Our Spot' In Kubernetes Community [64357]
By Chris Murphy

Chris blogs, "As two Oracle technologists took the stage to announce Oracle's support for the Kubernetes open source software initiative, they were clearly aware of one fact: Open source folks aren't much impressed with announcements.

Instead, the open source community judges factors such as code contributed, community questions answered, and problems fixed. The Oracle technologists, Mark Cavage and TJ Fontaine, made clear they don't expect a free pass..."
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05 Jun 2017
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Extending Oracle Database DevOps with Automated PL/SQL Unit Testing [64163]
By Shay Shmeltzer

Shay blogs, "Automated testing helps you locate problems earlier in the development cycle saving you precious time down the road. This is why it should be a key part of any DevOps cycle - and your database code shouldn't be an exception to this rule.This blog entry will teach you how to execute tests automatically following code changes that you do in your Oracle database. In previous blog entires I showed you how to use Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS for short) for database development including how to track and manage tasks, version code changes, conduct code reviews, and automate code deployment to the database. This blog adds one more step to this lifecycle - automated testing..."
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25 May 2017
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Oracle JET 3.1.0 released [63820]
By Graeme Mawson

Graeme blogs, "We are proud to announce the 15th on-schedule release of Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET).

JET v3.1.0 is a minor release and is primarily a bug fix release, however there are new features related to ojDiagram, ojDialog, ojCheckboxset, ojRadioset and BusyContext.

Please read the Release Notes for this release to see all aspects about the release that may be relevant for updates and new development..."
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24 May 2017
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Development that's fast, simple, and powerful! [63812]
By Edgar Haren

Edgar blogs, " Cloud based application development is growing at an incredible pace due to the rise of tethered database cloud services, coupled with modern, intuitive, and powerful development tools.

In years past, developers were plagued by some concrete challenges -

  • Cumbersome user interface and user experience
  • Lack of scalability
  • Lack of performance from un-optimized databases
  • New frameworks and platforms
  • Security

Application development is inherently difficult, as the developer must deliver a final product that achieves its desired goal, but also must possess creative elements that are pleasing, brand-building and technically modern.
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