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Floyd Teter
Attended Western State University College of Law
Lives in South Jordan, UT
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Wouldn't it be cool if MAF in OEPE could open an MAF MAA file built in JDeveloper?  Thoughts?
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Thanks Shay.  While it may not be close at hand, I'm hoping it's moving up the backlog list...
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Perhaps we should pay the good Doctor a little visit?
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Having a ton of fun playing with a combo of HTML5 Bootstrap framework and ADF.  Starting to think again about mapping Bootstrap elements to ADF Design Patterns.  Fun little "hobby project".
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Been checking out what's happening at Domo.  Analytics.  On the cloud. Simple UX.  Way cool.  Domo.com.
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At Oracle HQ this week in a UX team workshop; essentially a great ADF and ADF Mobile workshop. Also had the opportunity to share some of my own ADF Essentials work.

Have learned so much this week. The deeper I get into ADF, the more it rocks! Building a customer support app next, just to sharpen up my own skills.
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Yessiree!!!
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Some pretty decent results from ADF Essentials:
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JDEV 11.1.2.4 - ADF Mobile (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions Self Service Mobile 4.1.1).  Deployment does not work with Apple iOS SDK 8.1 (deployment that works in earlier Apple SDKs fails in 8.1).  As of Feb. 1, 2105, Apple requires all new iOS apps to be deployed in 64-bit with SDK 8.1.  Anybody have a fix for deploying PeopleSoft Campus Solutions Self Service Mobile App 4.1.1 (JDEV 11.1.2.4 + ADF Mobile) with SDK 8.1, or is this the end of the road for Campus Solutions 4.1.1 on iOS?
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One last note.  I can confirm that the Campus Solutions Self Service Mobile 4.1.1 app is unstable in MAF 2.1.  Think our customer is stuck with waiting until version 5.0 rolls out, unless somebody has better info?
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Have just about finished my comparison between PhoneGap and ADF Mobile.  Yes, I know...same roots.  Still like ADF Mobile a bit better - I'm more productive with it.  Might be prior knowledge of ADF trumps learning curve with PhoneGap nuances?  Working on boiling down my impressions... Anybody else out there have an opinion?
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Thanks to you both.  Your comments really helped me understand why ADFM was so much more helpful...especially in regards to the MVC (sometimes the trees get in the way of seeing the forest).
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 For the power and the sound, it's not much recoil at all.  Very cool, very inexpensive rifle.
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Building new apps around ADF Essentials for fun and profit. #Rocks. Anybody else in the thick of it?
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No "gotchya" moments at all...straight-forward and simple. Have fun!!!
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3 stars for the friendly and courteous staff, the clean rooms, and customer service. A very solid example of what I've come to expect from Hampton Inn. Would have rated it 5 stars, but for one thing... If you're looking rest on Sunday morning, this is not the place. A local church meeting takes over the first floor, complete with pumped up bass guitar and drums. As loud as any rave I've ever heard. Two services, so the house (ceiling, walls, furniture, floor) are all rockin' and rollin' between 8 am and 1 pm. Complaints to the front desk yield no result. Darn shame, as it's a pretty nice Hampton overall.
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We boarded our dog Sam at Desert Dog Daycare for 3+ days at the end of June 2014. In the beginning, the staff was very friendly and helpful - they went out of their way to make all of us, including Sam, feel comfortable with their facility before we left on vacation. Sam loves the place - lots of attention, great facility and playground, and many other dogs to hang with. And checking on Sam via the DogCam was very cool. Everything rocked! But, within 3 hours of picking up Sam at the end of his stay with Desert Dog Daycare, a cough began to develop. It became more severe as time progressed. So, the following day, we took Sam to our vet. The diagnosis was a severe case of kennel cough. The vet informed us that, given the close proximity of time between Sam's stay with Desert Dog Daycare and the onset of Sam's symptoms, the only possible explanation was that Sam was exposed during his stay at Desert Dog Daycare. As kennel cough is extremely contagious (it's passed by either contact or airborne exposure), the vet encouraged us to inform Desert Dog Daycare as soon as possible. I called Desert Dog Daycare myself shortly after leaving our vet's office. They expressed sympathy over Sam's illness. They also agreed with the vet's conclusion that the only place Sam could have contracted kennel cough was at their facility. But, at the same time, they insisted that this was the first time they had ever received a report from any customer concerning kennel cough for a dog that had stayed at their facility. They expressed no sense of urgency over following up with us or with handling the situation at their facility. Frankly, it came across as "I'm sorry Sam is sick, but it's no big deal and we've never had this problem before." The experience with Desert Dog Daycare started out so well, but it ended so badly. Sam is sick. We're told recovery is 3 to 6 weeks. We're also told that he'll be highly contagious to other dogs (and there's some concern over humans too) for another 14 days. My wife is now coming down with respiratory issues...the vet told us it's possibly passed on from Sam. All from Sam's stay at Desert Dog Daycare. It's disappointing and, frankly, unacceptable. We won't go back.
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