New A-Team Web Site Launched

Update: Seems I was a bit early!  The site should be launched soon 🙂

The A-Team has launched a new web site – the A-Team Chronicles which aggregates and organizes content produced by The A-Team members (including your humble blogger).

The A-Team is a central, outbound, highly technical team comprised of Enterprise Architects, Solution Specialists and Software Engineers within the Fusion Middleware Product Development Organization that works with customers and partners, world wide, providing guidance on implementation best practices, architecture, troubleshooting and how best to use Oracle products to solve customer business needs.

This content captures best practices, tips and tricks and guidance that the A-Team members gain from real-world experiences, working with customers and partners on implementation projects, through Architecture reviews, issue resolution and more.

A-Team Chronicles makes this content available, through short and to the point articles to all our customers and partners in a consistent, easy to find and organized way.

If you like the articles we post here, you might find even more interesting articles at the new A-Team Chronicles site, covering a wider range of Fusion Middleware topics.

About Mark Nelson

Mark Nelson is an Architect in the Enterprise Cloud-Native Java Team at Oracle. Mark works mainly on making Java (traditional and microservices) easy to use in Kubernetes and the CNCF ecosystem. Before joining this team, Mark worked on Wercker, WebLogic and was a senior member of the A-Team since 2010, and worked in Sales Consulting at Oracle since 2006 and various roles at IBM since 1994.
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2 Responses to New A-Team Web Site Launched

  1. Mark,
    These are the best hidden gems for SOA best practices. I don’t know whether people realize the value of what you are posting in this blog. You articles are top notch and I appreciate your contribution. I also recommend that once you complete the SDLC articles in full, you should publish through leanpub so that we can have a portable copy. I will support by buying it 🙂

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