Pat Shone joins WebCenter Sites supergroup

At risk of sounding like a broken record, we love Oracle WebCenter Sites here at Manifesto. We also love people who love WebCenter Sites, so it gives us great pleasure to announce that Patrick Shone is our newest WebCenter Sites consultant.

Pat brings with him superlative breadth of knowledge with WebCenter Sites and related technologies. In total he’s been working with CMS design and implementation solutions for 11 years. Having been an original employee at FatWire prior to acquisition by Oracle, this automatically ranks Pat as one of the most experienced WebCenter Sites consultants. It could be argued that having Pat and Curtis Fox working in tandem gives us the most experienced commercially available WCS team in the country… but who’s counting? (Maybe us)

Some of you may remember the Pat Shone WebCenter Sites blog series posted early last year. To celebrate his return he’ll be pushing out another series of posts with exciting new concepts being discussed.

But this isn’t the only thing we have planned. We’ve been busy preparing for an innovative event in late July to celebrate the UK’s WCS heavyweights teaming up. Everyone with an interest in WebCenter Sites can get involved and, best of all, you won’t even need to leave the relative comfort of your desk. More details to follow shortly.

We like to view our consultants as “rockstars” and,while the word is overused in descriptions of technical people, it really is the best analogy to use in this situation. In popular music terms, we think Pat and Curtis working together is as ground shaking a development as when McFly and Busted combined to form “McBusted”. For those of you with better taste in music, think of them as the WebCenter Sites equivalent of Cream, Audioslave or The Traveling Wilburys.

As you can probably imagine, this has got us at Manifesto very excited.

Have a question about WebCenter Sites?

If you have a burning question about Oracle WebCenter Sites (or FatWire) that can’t wait for the Pat-Curtis event, just drop us a line using our usual enquiry form and we’ll do our best to answer it.

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  1. Widya Harianto says:

    Hello Manifesto team,

    Our company has recently purchased Oracle Web Center Sites version 11gR1. We’re thinking of developing a JSP template where we have dynamic contents using AngularJS.

    Please advise if it’s a good practice to integrate WCS with AngularJS.

    Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    Widya Harianto

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