Dont be religious Ton, i was just asking for this clarification to know is their some options
available,because 2-3 month back, i had a traning by oracle on Data WareHousing in india and not at my home.
Me and my colleague attended the first ADF Faces/JHeadstart 10.1.3 workshop at Oracle in The Netherlands last week and I can only say it was very good. We as rather newbie Java and ADF programmers, looking forward to our first project with this technology, had a good chance to get our hands on some practical exercises. Steven Davelaar was able to point out the really important concepts and answer almost every question. We also got a chance to get his opinion on some important challenges we will be confronted within in the upcoming project.
I was also delighted to see the stability of the JHeadstart Preview release, although some minor (from my point of view) issues exist. On the other hand JDeveloper 10.1.3 proved to have some bugs, but I am confident it will stabilize within the next few months. I am really looking forward to this project and can recommend the workshop to everyone interested in JHeadstart, but also in ADF Faces in itself.
Thanks, Steven and we will keep you informed about our experiences. We will start with a few weeks,
Thanks for the compliments. It is good to hear that you enjoyed the workshop and also that you are impressed by the technology.
If others get interested after reading your post, you can now join the next session of this 5 day ADF-JHeadstart workshop that starts on the 29th of May until the 2nd of June in the Netherlands (De Meern). For more information go to
http://www.oracle.com/global/nl/education/specials/index.html or http://www.oracle.com/global/nl/education/specials/sp278.html
If you want to subscribe please call the Oracle Education Service Desk at +31 (0)30 669 9244 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to have an in-house workshop please send an e-mail to email@example.com
Due to resource issues we had to reschedule the Oracle ADF-JHeadstart Workshop. The workshop of May 29th 2005 will now take place in the week of the 10th of July 2005.
We like to apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused the people that were already registered. We hope you will be able to join in the week of the 10th of July.
Since there were a couple of places left, others can join this workshop as well. .See previous posts in this thread on how to register
Thanks and Regards,
Ton van Kooten
Oracle JHeadstart Team