Thursday, April 21st
|| Thursday - April 21, 2011
|| 5:30pm - 8:30pm PT
|| 475 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
| Fusion Middleware and Java
| Adam Messinger (speaker bio) Vice President of Development - Fusion Middleware (Oracle)
Adam will be stopping by our meeting to give a brief talk on Oracle and Java. You don't want to miss this opportunity to meet Adam and learn more about how Oracle is continuing to make significant investments in the Java ecosystem - from driving platform and technology updates and sponsoring open source Java communities, to hosting worldwide developer events and providing Java training and certifications.
| Oracle Coherence 3.7 - BACSIG
| Christer Fahlgren (speaker bio) Principal Solutions Architect (Oracle)
Coherence 3.7 is right around the corner, and is packed with goodies that will make it easier to work with large data sets and proxies, simplify configuration and capacity planning, and provide even faster access to data. This release will also introduce exciting new Oracle and third party integrations with Coherence. You don't want to miss this presentation when we will walk through these new features and more that will be in Oracle Coherence 3.7.
| Oracle Coherence Incubator 10 Update
| Noah Arliss (speaker bio) Software Development Manager (Oracle)
It has been a while since we have given our Bay Area members an update on the Coherence Incubator, so we wanted to provide the new San Francisco attendees with an overview, and give the seasoned Coherence developers and architects an update on the highly anticipated Coherence Incubator 10 release. In case you are new to the subject, the Coherence Incubator is a repository of projects providing example implementations for commonly used design patterns built using or based on Oracle Coherence.
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|Call For Speakers|
The BACSIG is looking for speakers. Do you have an interesting Coherence implementation you can show or discuss? Please let us know if you're interested in speaking or if there is a topic you would like to see presented at our next meeting.
Contact BACSIG with any comments or questions.