Free WebCenter Book

I’m giving away three copies of the Oracle WebCenter 11g Handbook to the top 3 bloggers/tweeters about Oracle WebCenter during Oracle OpenWorld 2009 (Oct 11-15).

To be considered for the price, all you need to do is post a link to your blog and/or twitter name here as a comment.

The book is scheduled to be released in December 2009. I will announce the winners here and contact them in person to discuss shipping information.

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Wiki, Blog, and Discussion Sample Portlets for Oracle Portal

We have new sample wiki, blog, and discussion portlets available for download. The samples use the wiki, blog, and discussion server APIs, giving you examples of the types of functionality you can integrate into your environment.

Wiki, Blog, and Discussion Sample Portlets for WebCenter Interaction (ALUI, Plumtree)

Earlier this month we released the 10.1.3.4 version of the wiki, blog, and discussion forum services, posted here. We just published a new set of sample portlets built and tested against WebCenter Interaction: wiki and blog portlets | discussion portlet.

You can find more information about this release and the samples on OTN.

WebCenter vs Stellent (UCM): blogs, wikis, and rss

Just stumbled upon Bex Huff’s summary of the recent Oracle ECM Quarterly Community Call. In his post he gives some advice on what technology to use for blogs, wikis, and RSS. Definitely worth checking it out.

Dedicated Blog for OpenWorld Visitors

If you’re coming to San Francisco to attend Oracle OpenWorld in a couple of weeks, the blog you definitely want to check out is the official blog of all things Oracle OpenWorld. It’s an excellent collection of very useful information from technical bloggers to exploring and tablehopping in San Francisco.

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