Friday, November 30, 2012

Win A free copy of the 'Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide', just by commenting!


Win A free copy of the 'Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide', just by commenting!

Hello all,

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UPDATE: the competition is over and the winners are announced here:

http://dstas.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/winners-of-competition-win-free-copy-of.html

Thank You all for your participation.
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Packt publishing, kindly asked me to conduct a giveaway contest for the book!

Just to remind you that I was one of the Technical Reviewers of that book.
you can find the link here
So, it is with great pleasure to conduct the following giveaway contest!


For the contest Packt Publishing has two copies of Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide to be given away to two lucky winners.

How you can win:

To win your copy of this book, all you need to do is come up with a comment below highlighting the reason "why you would like to win this book”.


Please note: Winners residing only in the USA and Europe would get a chance to win print copies. Others would be provided with eBook copies.


Duration of the contest and selection of winners:

The contest is valid for 14 days, and is open to everyone. 


The end date is 14 of December Midnight UK timezone (UTC +0).


Winners will be selected on the basis of their comment posted.





works with Oracle as a Principal Solutions Architect for the Oracle Application Development Framework.
                       
This book is suitable for ADF developers who are looking forward to build healthy and better performing applications using Oracle ADF. A book filled with step-by-step instructions and real-time examples with illustrations, diagrams, and tips that help developers learn the visual and declarative programming model offered by ADF.

Using this book, readers will learn to get started with building business services using ADF business components, validate business data in different layers of an application and understand the use of EJB and web services in an ADF application.

Make your best comment!!!
Regards!

36 comments:

  1. I would like to win a copy of the book "Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide", because it appears to be the perfect companion for anyone willing to embark on the interesting adventure of designing and developing actual, meaningful, diverse and interesting applications based on the promising Oracle's Application Development Framework.

    A rather useful textbook that provides elaborate examples and best practices to assist one's attempt of reaching the ultimate goal: a fully functional and working end result that meets the requirements/needs set by the initial contractor, regarding the creation next generation enterprise applications.

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  2. I would like to win a copy of this book Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide.
    Because it covers everything, each topic in depth description with real world examples.
    It will be very good experience to learn this book.

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  3. When ever a requirement arises there we start finding the solution ....
    In the same way when ever we want to learn something , we need a tutor/Guru/a master to teach that subject . Without them how much ever you learn we cannot reach to such a higher levels of understanding. I have been following Jobinesh Blog from a longer time and i found many solutions from his blog. So I highly recommend such books where we can find his expertise in deeper levels .

    Thank you ,
    Sashank P
    (sashankp@gmail.com)

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  4. The ADF dev guide will have everything but it can be used only as a reference. Also this explains from the framework perspective. Being a follower of Jobinesh I believe this book will provide the practical understanding of ADF on what to use when.

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    1. Thank You Thirumalaisamy Thangavel for your comment!

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  5. Hello Dimitri.

    I'd love to have this book and study the cases and tips presented.
    I think it would be of great help to me since I came directly from an Oracle Forms & Reports background and I need extra help. Moreover, I cannot afford it.

    We all thank Packt Publishing for the generous offer.

    Thanks a lot
    Apostolos

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    1. Thank You Apostolos Kitsopoulos for your comment!

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  6. This manual is intended for software developers who are creating and deploying
    applications using the Oracle Application Development Framework with JavaServer.


    Thanks,
    Sunil Mane

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  7. This manual will achieve all the benefits of better-managed Development by delivering unified, industry-leading product.
    THis will simplify and accelerate time-to-value for developers to deliver best Product.
    You can increase customer satisfaction, brand equity, and ultimately top-line revenue.

    ThankQ

    Regards,
    Pavan

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  8. The moment client explains a situation & need it is translated as requirements and finally lands in the developer hands to build in the same way as the client dreams of. We as ADF developers want make sure all the requirements arise from clients are met in such a way that keeping the promise of WYSIWYG. To achieve these we face lot of challeneges in our day to day developer's life. When we have a guide like Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide then it will be more easy to get a solution.

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Deena
    (deenuurfriend@gmail.com)

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    1. Thank You Deenadayalan Ingorsol for you comment!

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  9. Each time we met problems when developing ADF applications, we ask google, or search in OTN, and finally, it will lead me to Jobinesh's blog, I can always find some posts in Jobinesh's blog related to the problems i met, it covers almost everything and each post is perfect, it explains the scanrio and solutions in details and in deep level . for me it just like a man entering Alibaba's treasury cave . then book comes out . really want i could have one , it will give me a more general ideas about how to work with ADF, how to do the best practices ...

    thanks

    Regards
    Jack
    (rcqing@gmail.com)

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  10. I'd like to win this book because I like to pass the knowledge I have and learn from others to help others. Any additional tips, tricks, best practices I can use in my Enterprise will help me help others in learning ADF and the latest fusion technology stack

    Thanks!

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  11. I would love to win this book because this will help me understand the real world applications of ADF and also understand best practices. I have built of number of ADF applications and everytime I hit a road block, I have found answers in Jobinesh's blog. Now to have all that knowledge in a book that I could use everyday would be awesome.

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  12. I would like to win this book because I want to gain more knowledge in ADF. I am working in ADF from last couple of years and creating different types of applications, the problems I usually face are the performance and easiness of application. I hope this book will help me out to create more efficient applications.

    Thanks

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  13. As ADF developer I am looking forward to build healthy and better performing applications using ADF , So this book is what I need to know how to do that.

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  14. I want to become a better applications programmer, and I'm very excited about reaching both iOS and Android devices using Oracle ADF Mobile

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  15. who doesn't want expert advice in an easy to understand way?? I do!!

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  16. Working on ADF day in and day out, I have realized that there are many areas where a straight forward implementation will not solve many real world problems that you face while building huge ERP systems for big customers. Each customer has their own needs and sometimes it becomes difficult to please everyone. In such cases, such books/guides are a boon that will help find useful imformation to real world problems rather than just looking at some sample demo applications.
    Whether I win a free copy or not, I would still mention this effort as really appreciable where Jobinesh, through his book, is helping resolve real world problems. We have too many blogs/guides for simple apps and its time someone understood the actual issues. Thanks Jobinesh!

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  17. Because nobody except me seems to use ADF in France, and I want to show them that they are plenty of clever people who use ADF all over the World. So please help me to evangelize them !

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  18. Working on ADF day in and day out, I have realized that there are many areas where a straight forward implementation will not solve many real world problems that you face while building huge ERP systems for big customers. Each customer has their own needs and sometimes it becomes difficult to please everyone. In such cases, such books/guides are a boon that will help find useful information to real world problems rather than just looking at some sample demo applications.
    Whether I win a free copy or not, I would still mention this effort as really appreciable where Jobinesh, through his book, is helping resolve real world problems. We have too many blogs/guides for simple apps and its time someone understood the actual issues. Thanks Jobinesh!

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  19. From blog to book , Jobinesh does it all :-)
    Jokes apart , I believe it would be an excellent companion to the already existing developer guides.
    The major reason I would want this book would be for the simple reason that most of the things you would encounter on a daily basis when working on large enterprise systems is now consolidated in one book.

    Cannot go wrong with this one !

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  20. Hi

    I am currently working on a project where they are investigating the possibility of using ADF for application development.

    Can you please provide more details on where I can buy the book to be shipped to South Africa

    Regards
    Eric (tau.eric@gmail.com)

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  21. I'm interested in this book to broaden my ADF skills and use it as a reference. please send me a copy. @ ravigph@yahoo.com

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  22. I have been working with Oracle Fusion MIddleware (SOA Suite) for a long time and just started to working on ADF + UCM. I got a book on UCM from PackT and I liked it much. From the sample chapter it appears like the ADF book also covers a lot of technical details that would help me a lot.

    Whether I win the book or not, I am glad I came across your blog site and Joagnesh's as I find interesting ADF related articles.

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