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  • Looking for WYSIWYG tool to create and edit HTML5 based presentations (slides)

    - by peterp
    There are a lot of different implementations for HTML5 based slide presentations out there, like Google Slides or S5. But all that I have seen so far, seem to need a person being able to (and willing to) read and write HTML-Code. My company still uses Powerpoint, but some people are quite unhappy about its limitedness, e.g. the lack of possibilites to embed animation (other than just appear/disappear) without using flash. I'd love to suggest a state-of-the-art solution based on HTML5, but I don't even need to think about suggesting a solution where the project people need a techie to add or edit the content of a slide. I am not looking for an editor for non-technies to create complex HTML5/javascript based animations, of course, those should be done by a developer... basically non-technies should be capable of doing the stuff they are doing in powerpoint now. Thanks in advance for your suggestions, Peter

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  • A Trio of Presentations: Little Wonders, StyleCop, and LINQ/Lambdas

    - by James Michael Hare
    This week is a busy week for me.  First of all I’m giving another presentation on a LINQ/Lambda primer for the rest of the developers in my company.  Of Lambdas and LINQ View more presentations from BlackRabbitCoder Then this Saturday the 25th of June I’ll be reprising my Little Wonders presentation for the Kansas City Developers Camp.  If you are in the area I highly recommend attending and seeing the other great presentations as well.  Their link is here. Little Wonders View more presentations from BlackRabbitCoder Finally, this Monday the 27th I’ll be speaking at the Saint Louis .NET Users group, giving my Automating Code Standards Using StyleCop and FxCop presentation.  If you are in the Saint Louis area stop by!  There’s two other simultaneous presentations as well if they’re more suited to your interests.  The link for the SLDNUG is here. Automating C# Coding Standards using StyleCop and FxCop View more presentations from BlackRabbitCoder Tweet Technorati Tags: C#,.NET,LINQ,Lambda,StyleCop,FxCop,Little Wonders

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  • 3 Performance Presentations from SAE added to the portal

    - by uwes
    The following three presentation have been added to eSTEP portal: Oracle's Systems Performance Oct 2012 Update Oracle Leads the Way on Realistic Sizing Oracle's Performance: Oracle SPARC SuperCluster All presentations are created by Brad Carlile, Sr. Director Strategic Applications Engineering, SAE. How to get to the presentations: URL: http://launch.oracle.com/ Email Address: <provide your email address>Access URL/Page Token: eSTEP_2011To get access push Agree button on the left side of the page. Click on eSTEP Download (tab band on the top) ---> presentations at right hand side or Click on Miscellaneous (menu on left hand side) ---> presentations at right hand side

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  • Predicting Likelihood of Click with Multiple Presentations

    - by Michel Adar
    When using predictive models to predict the likelihood of an ad or a banner to be clicked on it is common to ignore the fact that the same content may have been presented in the past to the same visitor. While the error may be small if the visitors do not often see repeated content, it may be very significant for sites where visitors come repeatedly. This is a well recognized problem that usually gets handled with presentation thresholds – do not present the same content more than 6 times. Observations and measurements of visitor behavior provide evidence that something better is needed. Observations For a specific visitor, during a single session, for a banner in a not too prominent space, the second presentation of the same content is more likely to be clicked on than the first presentation. The difference can be 30% to 100% higher likelihood for the second presentation when compared to the first. That is, for example, if the first presentation has an average click rate of 1%, the second presentation may have an average CTR of between 1.3% and 2%. After the second presentation the CTR stays more or less the same for a few more presentations. The number of presentations in this plateau seems to vary by the location of the content in the page and by the visual attraction of the content. After these few presentations the CTR starts decaying with a curve that is very well approximated by an exponential decay. For example, the 13th presentation may have 90% the likelihood of the 12th, and the 14th has 90% the likelihood of the 13th. The decay constant seems also to depend on the visibility of the content. Modeling Options Now that we know the empirical data, we can propose modeling techniques that will correctly predict the likelihood of a click. Use presentation number as an input to the predictive model Probably the most straight forward approach is to add the presentation number as an input to the predictive model. While this is certainly a simple solution, it carries with it several problems, among them: If the model learns on each case, repeated non-clicks for the same content will reinforce the belief of the model on the non-clicker disproportionately. That is, the weight of a person that does not click for 200 presentations of an offer may be the same as 100 other people that on average click on the second presentation. The effect of the presentation number is not a customer characteristic or a piece of contextual data about the interaction with the customer, but it is contextual data about the content presented. Models tend to underestimate the effect of the presentation number. For these reasons it is not advisable to use this approach when the average number of presentations of the same content to the same person is above 3, or when there are cases of having the presentation number be very large, in the tens or hundreds. Use presentation number as a partitioning attribute to the predictive model In this approach we essentially build a separate predictive model for each presentation number. This approach overcomes all of the problems in the previous approach, nevertheless, it can be applied only when the volume of data is large enough to have these very specific sub-models converge.

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  • Advanced Oracle SOA Suite Oracle Open World 2012 SOA Presentations

    - by JuergenKress
    The list below only includes SOA presentations delivered or moderated by Oracle SOA Product Management. For a complete list of Oracle Open World 2012 presentations, please go here. Oracle SOA Suite, the Most Capable Tool for Every Possible Integration Challenge Using the Right Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Integration Projects Administration and Management Essentials for Oracle SOA Suite 11g Extreme Performance and Scale Delivered by SOA on Oracle Exalogic Successful Application Integration and SOA Projects: Customer Panel How to Integrate Cloud Applications with Oracle SOA Suite Transforming the Utilities Industry with Oracle Fusion Middleware Cloud and On-Premises Applications Integration, Using Oracle Integration Adapters Delivering High Value B2B Gateways with Oracle SOA Suite 11g Implementing Successful Healthcare Applications with Oracle SOA Suite Migrating to Oracle SOA Suite: A Sun Java CAPS Customer Experience If Mobile Enablement Is on Your Mind, Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus Can Help Building Shared Services Infrastructure with Oracle Service Bus: Customer Panel SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit  www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Technorati Tags: OOW,OOW presentations,OOW soa ppt,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • WebLogic 12c and Glassfish ppt presentations

    - by JuergenKress
    We updated our WebLogic Community Workspace with the lastest customer facing presentations in ppt format: We recommend to use this presentations for your customer meetings, please feel free to add your service offerings, references and Specialization information: Oracle WebLogic Suite CVC 08.2012.pptx GlassFish Server Technical Overview 08.2012.pptx For all customer presentation in ppt format, please visit the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required). WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. BlogTwitterLinkedInMixForumWiki Technorati Tags: ppt,presentation,Glassfish,glassfish ppt,WebLogic ppt,presenation,sales,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • MVC .Net, WebMatrix talk presentations and webinars

    - by subodhnpushpak
    I presented sessions on MVC .Net and webmatrix. I covered stuff like what’s new in MVC .net and the architecture goodness of MVC pattern. I also demonstrated how MVC 3 / MVC 4 harness HTML 5 / mobile along with Jquery and Modernizr.  PHP coding using MVC and Webmatrix and other advanced stuff like hosting PHP on windows or porting MYSQL Db to MSSQL is also is also part of the demo in the sessions. The slide decks are available at below link and all the demo is recorded and also shared at below link.   WebMatrix View more presentations from Subodh Pushpak.   WebMatrix2 View more presentations from Subodh Pushpak.   The recordings / Demo can be accessed at and If you have any suggestions / ideas / comments; please do post.

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  • WebLogic & Coherence & Cloud presentations for customer meetings

    - by JuergenKress
    We updated the WebLogic Community Workspace with the latest customer facing presentations: WebLogic 12c.pptx Oracle Coherence.pptx CAF WebLogic Server 12c, Coherence and Java EE.pptx Cloud Your Strategy Your Cloud Your Choice.pptx For all presentation, please visit the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required). WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Wiki Technorati Tags: WebLogic,Coherence,Cloud,presentations,ppt,sales,WebLogic presentation,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • 4 Geek Excuses for Bad Presentations

    Frustrated by technically interesting yet agonizing conferences, Dr. Masha Petrova leaves geeks with no excuses for making bad presentations, and begins her campaign ensure that the people with good ideas also have good presentation skills to back them up, and get them noticed.

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  • AMIS JDEV 12c, ADF 12c and Weblogic 12c presentations

    - by JuergenKress
    Amis held a JDEV 12c, ADF 12c and Weblogic 12c preview event yesterday. The presentations can be found on there slideshare: www.slideshare.net/AMIS_Services. WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Wiki Technorati Tags: Amis,WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • SQL Rally Presentations

    - by AllenMWhite
    As I drove to Dallas for this year's SQL Rally conference (yes, I like to drive) I got a call asking if I could step in for another presenter who had to cancel at the last minute. Life happens, and it's best to be flexible, and I said sure, I can do that. Which presentation would you like me to do? (I'd submitted a few presentations, so it wasn't a problem.) So yesterday I presented "Gathering Performance Metrics With PowerShell" at 8:45AM, and my newest presentation, "Manage SQL Server 2012 on Windows...(read more)

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  • Slide:ologie, l'art de réaliser des présentations efficaces de Nancy Duarte, critique par Youghourta Benali

    Bonjour, Je viens de terminer la lecture du livre "Slide:ologie" de Nancy Duarte dont vous trouverez ma critique ici [IMG]http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P/2744024090.08.LZZZZZZZ.jpg[/IMG] Citation: Slide:ologie s'adresse à tous ceux qui un jour ou l'autre ont besoin de créer une présentation. Dans les entreprises, les associations, pendant les études, etc., il y a tous les jours des occasions de faire des présentations. Il faut ...

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  • Where Can You Find OpenWorld 2013 Presentations?

    - by Steven Chan (Oracle Development)
    Presentations for OpenWorld 2013 sessions are available for approximately six months (until ~March 2014).  You should download presentation materials now, while they're still available: OpenWorld 2013 Course Catalog If a search engine brought you here:  this blog is maintained by E-Business Suite Development, not the OpenWorld team. Questions about OpenWorld content can be directed to the OpenWorld team here. Related Articles E-Business Suite Technology Sessions at OpenWorld 2013

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  • Oracle presentations at the CIPS ICE Conference, November 5 - 7, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

    - by Darin Pendergraft
    Oracle will be presenting at the CIPS ICE conference the last week of October in Calgary and the first week of November in Edmonton. Here is a list of the presentations for Edmonton: SHAW Conference Centre • Session Title: Identity and Access Management Integrated; Analyzing the Platform vs Point Solution Approach • Speaker: Darin Pendergraft • Monday, November 5th @ 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM • Session Title: Is Your IT Security Strategy Putting Your Institution at Risk? • Speaker: Spiros Angelopoulos • Monday, November 5th @ 1:45 PM - 3:00 PM Three sessions under the TRAIN: Practical Knowledge Track • Monday, November 5th @ 10:45 AM, 1:45 PM, 3:30 PM • Title: What's new in the Java Platform   Presenter: Donald Smith • Title: Java Enterprise Edition 6   Presenter: Shaun Smith • Title: The Road Ahead for Java SE, JavaFX and Java EE    Presenters: Donald Smith and Shaun Smith To learn more about the conference, and to see the other sessions go to the conference website.

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  • Presentations on OVCA & OVN

    - by uwes
    The following three presentations regarding Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance and Oracle SDN from Oracle Open World sessions are now available for download from eSTEP portal. Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance: From Power On to Production in About an Hour Charlie Boyle and Premal Savla give an overview of the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance. This presentation is a mix of the business and technical slides. Rapid Application Deployment with Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance Kurt Hackel and Saar Maoz, both in Product Development, explain how to use Oracle VM templates to deploy applications faster and walk through a demo with Oracle VM templates for Oracle Database.  Oracle SDN: Software-Defined Networking in a Hybrid, Open Data Center Krishna Srinivasan and Ronen Kofman explain Oracle SDN and provide use cases for multi-tenant private cloud, IaaS, serving Tier 1 application and virtual network services. The presentation can be downloaded from eSTEP portal. URL: http://launch.oracle.com/ PIN: eSTEP_2011 The material can be found under tab eSTEP Download Located under: Recent Updates and Engineered Sysytems/Optimized Solutions

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  • Back from Istanbul - Presentations available for download

    - by Javier Puerta
       (Picture by Paul Thompson, 14-March-2012) On March 14-15th we have celebrated our 2012 Exadata Partner Community EMEA Forum, in Istanbul, Turkey. It has been an intense two days, packed with great content and a lot of networking. Organizing it jointly with the Manageability Partner Forum has allowed participants to benefit from the content of the Manageability sessions, which is a topic that is becoming key as we move to cloud architectures. During the sessions we have listened to two thought-leaders in our industry, Ron Tolido, from Capgemni, and Julian Dontcheff, from Accenture. We thank our Exadata partners -ISE (Germany), Inserve (Sweden), Fors (Russia), Linkplus (Turkey) and Sogeti,  for sharing with the community their experiences in selling and implementing Exadata and Manageability projects. The slide decks used in the presentations are now available for download at the Exadata Partner Community Collaborative Workspace (for community members only - if you get an error message, please register for the Community first).I want to thank all who have participated at the event, and look forward to meeting again at next year's Forum.

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  • Back from Istanbul - Presentations available for download

    - by Javier Puerta
    (Photo by Paul Thompson, 14-March-2012) On March 14-15th we have celebrated our 2012 Manageability Partner Community EMEA Forum, in Istanbul, Turkey. It has been an intense two days, packed with great content and a lot of networking. Organizing it jointly with the Exadata Partner Forum has allowed participants to benefit also from the content of the Exadata sessions, which is a key topic as an infrastructure building block as we move to cloud architectures. During the sessions we have listened to two thought-leaders in our industry, Ron Tolido, from Capgemni, and Julian Dontcheff, from Accenture. We thank our Manageability partner Capgemini/Sogeti,  for sharing with the community their experiences in developing their Testing offering based on Oracle products. The slide decks used in the presentations are now available for download at the Manageability Partner Community Collaborative Workspace (for community members only - if you get an error message, please register for the Community first) I want to thank all who have participated at the event, and look forward to meeting again at next year's Forum.

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  • Presentations about SARGability tomorrow

    - by Rob Farley
    Tomorrow, via LiveMeeting, I’m giving two presentations about SARGability. That’s April 27th , for anyone reading this later. The first will be at the Adelaide SQL Server User Group . If you’re in Adelaide, you should definitely come along. Both meetings are being broadcast to the PASS AppDev Virtual Chapter . The second will be in the Adelaide evening at 9:30pm, and will just be and my computer. The audience will be on the other end of a phone-line, which is very different for me. I’m very much...(read more)

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  • Oracle Open World 2012 SOA Presentations now available on OTN

    - by Simone Geib
    Oracle Open World 2012 has been over for a bit more than a week now and we're catching up with post-OOW tasks while still marvelling over what I remember as the best Open World yet. We had a steady traffic at our demo pods, all hands on labs were fully booked (stay tuned for those labs), sessions were very well visited and we met innumerable customers for discussions, feedback and Q&A. If you missed any of the sessions or want to share the information with your colleagues, you can go to the Oracle Open World website and search for the respective presentation. To make it easier for you to find the SOA sessions, we posted all SOA presentations which were delivered or moderated by Oracle SOA Product Management on the Oracle Technology Network. Enjoy!

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  • Community Forum at Openworld - Presentations available

    - by Javier Puerta
    On October 1st we held a new session of the Exadata & Manageability Partner Community in San Francisco. Thanks to all of you who participated in the event and very especially to the partner speakers who share their experiences with the rest of the community: Francisco Bermúdez (Capgemini Spain), Dmitry Krasilov (Nvision, Russia) and Miguel Alves (WeDo Technologies, Portugal)The slide decks used in the presentations are now available for download at the Manageability Partner Community Collaborative Workspace (for community members only - if you get an error message, please register for the Community first).In a few weeks we will be announcing the location for the next Community event in the spring timeframe.

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  • Community Forum at Openworld - Presentations available

    - by Javier Puerta
    Thanks to all of you who participated at the Exadata & Manageability Partner Community session that we ran during Oracle Openworld in San Francisco. Very special thanks to the partner speakers who shared their experiences with the rest of the community! Presentation On October 1st we held a new session of the Exadata & Manageability Partner Community in San Francisco. Thanks to all of you who participated in the event and very especially to the partner speakers who shares their experiences with the rest of the community: Francisco Bermúdez (Capgemini Spain), Dmitry Krasilov (Nvision, Russia) and Miguel Alves (WeDo Technologies, Portugal)The slide decks used in the presentations are now available for download at the Exadata Partner Community Collaborative Workspace (for community members only - if you get an error message, please register for the Community first).In a few weeks we will be announcing the location for the next Community event in the spring timeframe.

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  • OpenWorld Presentations and Anatomy of an RTF Template w/ files

    - by mdonohue
    For those who missed it ... or those who made it and couldn't get enough, check out the presentations delivered at OpenWorld: Overview and Roadmap The Reporting Platform for Oracle Applications Best Practices and even though it wasn't presented at OpenWorld an updated version of Anatomy of an RTF Template to include documented example files  (RTF template, Sub-Template and sample XML data) so you can re-use and play with the code directly.  Huge thanks to Tim and Hok-Min who did all the hard, original work on this example loaded with tips and tricks.  

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  • Presentations & Training material OFM Summer Camps & Impressions & Feedback

    - by JuergenKress
    Thanks to all attendees who invested their time and utilized the opportunity to attend the Summer Camps! Due to high demand of our most of the trainings, we had a long waiting list with more numbers of partners who are keen to attend it. We would like to give our special thanks to all trainers, who delivered excellent workshops! Most of the presentations and course material have been posted on our SOA Community Workspace and WebLogic Community Workspace. You can access the content only if you are a registered community member. To register for the SOA Community please click here. You can register for the WebLogic Community here. To find out the first impressions of the event please visit our Facebook pages: www.facebook.com/WebLogicCommunity & www.facebook.com/soacommunity or Picasa Album Thanks for the excellent blog posts from AMIS Technology Blog & Middleware by Link Consulting. Let us know if you published a twitter blog on @soacommunity & @wlscommunity. We will be pleased to publish it in our Newsletters. WebLogic Course Quotes “Oracle trainings are the best” - Pedro Neto Novobas “Excellent training, well organized” - Pedro Antunh, Capgemini “This course dives you into Oracle WebLogic giving you a quick start on benefiting from Fusion Apps” - Leonardo Fernandes, Outsystems Additional Quotes “Thanks a lot again for organizing such a great and informative Summer Camp. Both training and networking were organized very professionally. I have gained tons of very useful Info, which will definitely help to increase quality of our future projects.” - Daniel Fasko fss-group.com “I didn’t get the chance yesterday to thank you for a most enjoyable and thoroughly educational time I had in Munich over the last few days.” - Jeroen Bakker Ordina “Just to congratulate you on a great event, not only today but also in the previous days of training. As we know, a very good organization and, as a native Portuguese that knows Lisbon very good, a nice choice of places to visit. Looking forward to come again next year.” Pedro Miguel Neto, Novobase. WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Wiki Technorati Tags: OFM Summer Camps,eduction,training,WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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