Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 7 & 8, 2017

Rohit Dhamija

About Rohit
14+ years of extensive experience in all facets of software development life-cycle, starting with technical support of pre-sales, working out Architecture, development and Project Management. Here is brief summary of my profile in Oracle: Current Role Individual Contributor role as Principal Product Manager in “Oracle Cloud Application Development PM group” at Oracle Corporation having a focus on Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET), Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and integration with PaaS services. Responsibilities: Responsible for development and execution of programs specific to adoption of Oracle Public Cloud PaaS strategies and technologies throughout the global developer community by: • Writing code samples and scripts • Product demonstration • Hands on Labs and virtual trainings • Technical articles focusing on capabilities of PaaS technologies Domains & Technologies Involved: • Domain: Exposure to IAM, Cloud –PaaS, SaaS • Working on following frameworks: o Smartphone application programming - Web, Hybrid and Native. Android SDK/NDK, Apple iOS SDK, Cordova/PhoneGap & Server side: Node.js o Web Technologies: HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, Oracle JET, Bootstrap and Angular.JS Frameworks, ionic, REST/ JSON. o Google Cloud Platform, Oracle PaaS – MCS, Oracle IOT CS, AWS Services
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Speaking Sessions

  • Extending Enterprise Applications to Mobile Interfaces

    3:00 PM Sunday   Room: Rendezvous
    In this session discover a best practice architecture for mobile-based solutions that can read data from a cloud application (such as Oracle Sales Cloud) or an on-premises ERP application (such as Oracle E-Business Suite). Often, enterprises need to build bespoke mobile applications based on critical business needs, but building enterprise-grade mobile apps poses many challenges. Implementing data retrieval in mobile application client code is incredibly complex because it needs to be shaped in the required format within reasonable performance limits and with all aspects of security handled appropriately. These requirements are addressed by a mobile back-end implemented in Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, resulting in a superior user experience that provides increased user adoption.