Oracle Author Podcasts

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Tune into Interviews with leading Oracle technology authors. Explore why these authors are excited about and have dedicated themselves to Oracle technologies. Learn about Oracle Applications, Fusion Middleware and Oracle's Database products from authors who have been in the trenches and will share their knowledge and give you insider opinions.

Interview with Ed Burns and Winston Prakash on their new book Hudson Continuous Integration in Practice.


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Interview with Danny Coward on his new book, Java WebSocket Programming.
Nick Wagner (Director of Product Management) and Robert Freeman (Master Principle Database Expert for Oracle) discuss Robert's new book Oracle GoldenGate 11g, and GoldenGate in general.
Authors Krishnaprem Bhatia, Alan Perlovsky, and Scott Haaland talk about their new book Getting Started with Oracle SOA B2B Integration: A Hands-On Tutorial.
Vaishnavi Sashikanth speaks with Mark Hornick and Tom Plunkett, authors of the recent book, "Using R to Unlock the Value of Big Data".
Simon Miller and Will Hutchinson are interviewed by Paul Rodwick to discuss the newly released book, "Oracle Business Intelligence Applications: Deliver Value Through Rapid Implementations".
The podcast discusses a number of topics in the book such as Personalization, OA Framework, BI Publisher and the desktop integration framework.
Listen to this podcast and get insight from Dr. Chuck Bell, software development manager for MySQL Utilities at Oracle, on the second edition of his book "Expert MySQL".
Oracle Exadata recipes is written for individuals that want to quickly learn and develop effective proven solutions without reading lengthy manuals scrubbing for techniques.
Building and Managing a Cloud Using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c thoroughly explains how to architect, configure, and manage components of a public or private cloud lifecycle.
Ben Prusinski and Gustavo Gonzalez co-authored the Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Handbook, Third Edition, which describes new features in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 - an integrated solution made up of more than 150 software modules.
Take a sneak peek into the newly released PeopleSoft PeopleTools Data Management and Upgrade Handbook with the authors Paula Dean and Jim Marion.
RedPatch Explained! Jan. 15, 2013
Did you hear about Redpatch? We've been taking the monolothic Red Hat patch tarball and breaking it into smaller commits internally ever since this change. We feel that everyone can benefit from the work we already do to get our jobs done, so now we're sharing these broken-out patches publically. …
Oracle has a long history of strong support and commitment to Linux, as evidenced by numerous, on-going technical contributions and collaboration with the Linux community. In this podcast you will hear from key kernel developers as they highlight important Linux community projects. ![]( ![]( ![](
Providing access to applications is no longer just about IT supplying a managed desktop PC or laptop for a user. Today, users want to access their applications, data, and even their entire desktop environment from their home PCs, Macs, and tablet devices. And they want to work anywhere, not just …
Brad Cameron, Vice President of Exalogic Product Development, speaks with Tom Plunkett, lead author of the recently published "Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Handbook", about his motivations for writing the book.
Cameron Lackpour and Gary Crisci discuss the rational, content, and not- inconsiderable pain and effort that went into the recently published book Developing Essbase Applications: Advanced Techniques for Finance and IT Professionals.
Oracle's Paul Rodwick talks with Mark Rittman, author of the recently published "Oracle Business Intelligence Developers Guide" (Oracle Press)"
Listen to the authors discuss their new title "The Well-Grounded Java Developer". A fresh and practical look at new Java 7 features, new JVM languages, and the array of supporting technologies you need for the next generation of Java-based software.
Advanced features for compression, incremental and remote management capabilities are also described with detailed working examples.