Several members of the Oracle APEX Development Team are speaking at different events in the next couple of weeks. That’s a good chance for you to catch up with us and directly get in touch with us! We are always interested on how you use APEX in your organisation or your “must have” features for the upcoming APEX 4.0. Continue reading
Just a very short blog posting, I’m currently sitting in the APEX vs ADF Shootout session hosted by Dimitri and Lucas, but I thought I should put my Increase Your Oracle APEX Development Productivity with Open Source Tools presentation online, which I have presented yesterday.
So here you go, it’s in the download section together with my other presentations.
On Wednesday and Thursday I have been at the DOAG conference (by German Oracle User Group) in Nürnberg. It was my first time visiting this conference. With more than 2.000 participants, 16 tracks and more than 200 sessions it’s not quite as big as Oracle Open world last week in San Francisco. But the food was much better! For me it makes a difference if you get your lunch on a real plate with metal cutlery and not a box with a sandwich and plastic cutlery But that’s America… even if it was a green event
The DOAG conference was a great opportunity to get together with some friends Continue reading
I have finally translated the presentation I have done at the DOAG SIG APEX workshop into English.
Just read a blog posting by Jan from iAdvice, who had the same idea about using the dictionary views for QA checks as I also describe it in my presentation. But there are also a lot of other examples for which you can use them.
Download the presentation from Sourceforge in the Misc / Presentation section.
Hope you like it!
PS: If you have other good examples for the usage of the views, let me know.
Today I had my first public presentation about an Oracle APEX topic. I was doing a presentation about “The Power of the Oracle APEX Repository” at the SIG (Special Interest Group) workshop of DOAG in Kassel, Germany.
The motto of the workshop was “Oracle APEX for Advanced” and because of the overwhelming interest by presenters and participants, DOAG organized a XXL workshop with 8 presentations! So it was a full day packed with lot of interesting stuff.
And it looks like that people are really interested in some more advanced Oracle APEX topics, because 95 people attended the very well organized meeting!