Want to get a private demonstration of Oracle APEX 4.0?

Than you should get ready for Oracle Open World! I’m already on my way to the USA, spending a few days with a friend down at the Florida Keys before heading to SF on Saturday. This years OOW should get very exciting again for people interested in Oracle APEX. David Peake or Product Manager has put together a list of all the Oracle APEX sessions you should see.

But there are not just many APEX sessions and Hands-on Labs (hurry up to register!) you can attend. The APEX development team is there as well! Get a first hands experience of Oracle APEX 4.0 from the people who are developing it. We are interested in your ideas and feedback! You can find us at one of our three booths in the Demo Grounds (Moscone West) or at one of the Hands-on Labs.

And if you like you can even hang out with us and a group of enthusiastic APEX developers at the “official” Oracle APEX meetup at the Fourth Street Bar & Deli (just across Moscone) on Tuesday 7:30 PM.

For those of you who can’t go to OOW but which are also interested to get to know more about Oracle APEX 4.0, have a look at our updated statement of direction and check out the podcast of the Oracle APEX 4.0 Keynote held at ODTUG Kaleidoscope’09.

See you in SF!

4 thoughts on “Want to get a private demonstration of Oracle APEX 4.0?

  1. Hi Patrick, where can I sign up for that “private” demo? Having been to OOW in the past, I can tell you that the APEX demo pods are going to be anything but private.

  2. Patrick – I’m with Marc. I want to sign up for a “private” demo as well. I have no idea what this new stuff you guys keep developing is all about :)

    In all seriousness, we have been given a prime position in the demo grounds this year as shown here.

    Should be a great event as always.
    Look forward to catching up with old friends and making lots of new ones!

    David

  3. Patrick,

    Do you know any strong APEX developers who live in Kansas City? I am running an implementation project for the Fed government and we could really use a local APEX superstar.

    Thanks
    Roger

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