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Vinod Krishnan has over eight years' experience in the Information Technology industry this exposed him to a wide range of technologies that include Java, J2EE, WebLogic, Fusion Middleware, SOA, and Webcenter.
He has been working with Oracle ADF Technologies since 2005, and enhanced his affinity towards ADF after he joined Oracle India. For the last five years, Vinod is actively involved in large implementations of next-generation enterprise applications, utilizing Oracle's JDeveloper and Application Development Framework (ADF) technologies. He holds a B.Tech. in Information Technology from Anna University, Chennai, India.
He is currently responsible for building and deploying applications using the Oracle Fusion Middleware technology stack as a Project Lead in Oracle America.
He is an Oracle Certified Specialist, and the technologies he has worked on include Oracle ADF, SOA, Webcenter, and Identity Management. His contribution towards Jdeveloper and ADF discussion forums is immense. With his experience, he has learned many tips and techniques that will help a new user to learn this technology without any hassles. He writes his own blog (http://vtkrishn.com) that discusses the tips and tricks with using Oracle technologies.
Vinod has had a multifaceted career, he has worked in positions such as Senior Consultant, Senior Applications Engineer, Software Engineer, and Solution Architect for MNCs such as Oracle, Capgemini, and Keane. Currently he is working as a Project Lead in Oracle America.
This is a good book for ADF beginners, but several issues prevent me from giving it 5 stars.
1. The major problem is with obtaining the book's source code. Read more
Basically there are only two good books for the beginners and both are equally good.This book gives you opportunity to start by opening JDEV from the beginning and then slowly... Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Kindle Customer
This book it's good for beginners but also good as a reference guide. I've been developing enterprise applications for more than 10 years and have experienced Java evolution using... Read morePublished on July 12, 2013 by Alejandro Meza Aragon
Although this book covers the 22.214.171.124.0 version the concepts are the same as of the latest version (126.96.36.199. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by Alexis Lopez