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13 Mar 2015
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Oracle Solaris Studio 12.4 Technical Mini-Casts [41312]
By Larry Wake

"This is a series of 11 audioless screencasts explaining various features of Oracle Solaris Studio 12.4. Topics include basic features and interesting details of the IDE, thread analysis, and memory leak detection. They're all quick and to the point; most of them are under two minutes.

If you want to see why Oracle Solaris Studio is an essential product for Oracle Solaris and Linux developers, this is a great series to take a look at..."
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16 Feb 2015
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February 11, 2015: Developers Virtual Technology Summit [40818]
By Larry Wake

Larry Wake writes, "If you're familiar with the Oracle Technology Network's Virtual Sysadmin Days that have been held in the past, you know a bit about what this is about: a series of hands-on, proctored labs brought straight to your desktop on the web.

But did you know they've expanded in scope? Of particular interest to enterprise developers is that this time around, there's a track aimed straight at you..."
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02 Feb 2015
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Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.1 [40704]
Now Available

Shay Shmeltzer wrote, "The Oracle Mobile Team is happy to announce the release of Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.1 - a major update to Oracle's mobile development framework.

This new version focuses on upgrading the framework's infrastructure and includes the following new features:..."
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28 Jan 2015
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Solaris Studio 12.4 [40577]
The new release comes with sharper tools

Oracle has released version 12.4 of its Solaris Studio development environment. The release promises improved analysis tools and supports C++ 2011 and OpenMP 4.0.

The newly designed Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Analyzer now includes features such as an intuitive data organization, timeline views and code navigation that can be called in at the click of a mouse.
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21 Jan 2015
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Hands On Labs for C, C++, Fortran (and Java) Developers [40457]
With Oracle Solaris Studio

Rick Ramsey, "I've always been a fan of Oracle Solaris Studio because it's the tool of choice for bad.ass developers. Java developers are ubiquitous, Database developers get more attention here at Oracle, and marketing apps generate a lot of buzz nowadays. But Fortran, C, and C++ developers bend big iron to their will. So I'm pumped that OTN's upcoming Virtual Tech Summit (VTS) will feature two 90-minute hands-on labs proctored by members of the Oracle Solaris Studio engineering team...."
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19 Jan 2015
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The Easiest Way to Enable Oracle Database Application Development on Mac OS X [40456]
Run Oracle Database in a VirtualBox VM

CJ writes, "Your OS X applications can connect to Oracle Database as if it was running natively on OS X if you simply run Oracle Database in a VirtualBox VM with port forwarding enabled (easy).

To work backwards through the installation process: in the Network window of the VirtualBox GUI, I enable a NAT Network adapter..."
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