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WebLogic Community Blog JK new a
Jürgen Kress
 Latest WebLogic, Java, ADF and Coherence news for Oracle partners and customers
 Munz and More Blog  

Frank Munz

 Oracle Admin  Simon Haslam

Simon Haslam

 Middleware magic  

 OracleMVA  Jacco Landlust  Currently I am working as a software architect with a focus on troubleshouting (performance) issues with J2EE applications running on Oracle’s Application Server platform.
 Reddipped peterPeter van Nes
 A multilingual site about IT-Solutions and Oracle Fusion Middleware  Mohammad Esad-DjouMohammad Esad-Djou  Solution Architect bei OPITZ CONSULTING GmbH
 Sysco Middleware Blog Jon Petter HjulstadJon Petter Hjulstad  Department Manager at SYSCO AS
Yousaf Ameer-Oracle Technology Blogs  YousefYousaf Ameer  The power of Oracle & information Technology.
 WebLogic & Java Blog  MichelSMichel Schildmeijer
 Admineer Blog  FevziFevzi Korkutata
 change_on_install … an oracle blog  BorysBorys Neselovskyi
 Unversioned  Christos

Christos Vezalis

My areas of expertise are Oracle Middleware Products (WebLogic, ADF, SOA Suite), Linux, JAVA, Javascript and DevOps.
 Holgers Webblog  holger

Holger Lehmann

 Dirk Nachbars Blog  Dirk

Dirk Nachbar

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