Oracle OTN notified us today that they are not going to sponsor Kscope12. The updated Oracle ACE Director Travel Support Policy lists Kscope as one of those conferences, which:
"[...] are well-established conferences and communities, in FY13 we will not provide travel support [...]"Unfortunately this means, that I will not have a sponsor for travel and accommodation and therefore I will have to withdraw my session proposals which I am going to do in a minute via email. So, I wish everybody a wonderful conference.
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After two wonderful Kscopes in 2010 and 2011 I have the pleasure to attend a third round. This time in San Antonio, Texas in the JW Marriott which combines the rustic beauty of the Texas countryside with the upscale elegance of the flagship property. Built in 2010, this property boasts a state-of-the-art meeting space and Internet access.
I will be giving two sessions about Java EE and WebLogic server. And yes, I will use WebLogic 12c for everything I am going to show :)
Java EE - Running vanilla Enterprise Java on your FMW
Date: 6/26/2012 Time: 8:30 AM-9:30 AM
Your running FMW with the whole stack? Running ADF, SOA, BPM, Applications? And you are wondering what else you can do with your WebLogic Server? Let's deep dive into what the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE 6) Specification has to offer as an industry standard for developing and running Java in the Enterprise. Get a brief introduction into Java EE and it's containers. Learn about the contained specifications and see what you can achieve with the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse to develop a custom and simple Java EE app.
WebLogic Server Developers 101
Date: 6/25/2012 Time: 4:15 PM-5:15 PM
The Oracle WebLogic 12c application server product line is the industry's most comprehensive Java platform for developing, deploying, and integrating enterprise applications. It provides the foundation for the complete Fusion Middleware Stack. This session brings you the real basics. Everything you need to know about basic concepts (Domains, Servers) your environment (Nodes, Instances, Clusters) and the configuration options. You get to learn how to monitor WebLogic Server instances and get the needed information out of the various configuration options.