My first public Oracle APEX presentation

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!

For example I liked that after each presentation there was at least a 10-20 min break, to have a chat and to share some tips and tricks.

Ok, how was my presentation?

I had the “pleasure” to have mine after the lunch break and I know from my own experience that this time is sometimes a fight against tiredness. But I think I did my best to keep them awake! Just a few fall asleep ๐Ÿ™‚

Beside of the meeting I had the opportunity to meet the first time personally with Dietmar, Denes and Carsten. Really nice guys!

Ok, it’s now 23:55 and I just arrived back in Vienna. I first thought that I will miss my flight back, because the train I took from Kassel to Frankfurt was 30 min late. But everything worked out fine.

That’s all for now. I have to go to bed now, because I’m really really tired ๐Ÿ™‚

4 thoughts on “My first public Oracle APEX presentation

  1. Congratulations Patrick, hope to see you and your apex project at openworld ๐Ÿ™‚

    Best regards.

  2. Patrick – I enjoy reading your blog. Will you be posting your presentation, “The Power of the Oracle APEX Repository” anytime soon on your blog?

    I went out to DOAG to look for it, but unfortunately my German is a little rusty [sorry, but from the other side of the pond].


  3. Hi Barry,

    I’m planning to translate the presentation during the weekend. So it should be available beginning next week.


  4. Hi Patrick,

    I didn’t know it was your first one (on Apex). It was the first one for me, too ;).


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