Monday, November 26, 2012
Just back from the DOAG conference (German Oracle User Group) in Nuremberg, it’s now time to get ready for an event closer to home: the annual NYOUG Special Winter Meeting at The New Yorker Hotel on December 12. If you’re interested in APEX and the Oracle Database, please stop by - you’ll have a busy day.
Willie Hardie, Vice President for Oracle Database Management will kick things off at 9:30am with his keynote on “What’s next for the Oracle Database". Right after that - at 10:30 - I’ll be talking about what’s new in Oracle Application Express 4.2.
Later – at 2pm – you can hear about "Responsive Web Design in Oracle Application Express with HTML5 and CSS3" from Shakeeb Rahman and then finish the afternoon with Josh Millinger’s "The Maturity of Tabular Forms".
Looking forward to seeing you at the NYOUG Special Winter Meeting. You can find the full agenda, including abstracts on all sessions here:
Monday, November 12, 2012
Make sure to attend the sessions presented by Patrick Wolf, Christian Neumüller, Carsten Czarski, Peter Raganitsch, Dietmar Aust, Niels de Bruijn and other members of the APEX community.
I'll be presenting Oracle Application Express 4.2 during my keynote on Tuesday:
Keynote Development: Oracle Application Express (APEX) 4.2 New Features
Tue 20. November
10:00am - 10:45am
Then - if you want to dig a little bit deeper and learn all about developing mobile application with APEX - stop by my session on Wednesday:
Building Mobile Web Applications with Oracle Application Express
Wed 21. November
10:00am - 10:45am
And if you have any question about APEX, new features, technical details, stuff you've been struggling with, APEX's future, features planed for the next release and beyond – or if you just want to stop by to let us know how much you love APEX, here's you chance: Patrick Wolf, Carsten Czarski, Peter Raganitsch and I will be doing our best answering all you question during the expert panel on Tuesday:
Tue 20. November 16:00 - 16:45 Uhr
… of course for your more difficult questions, we'd appreciate it if you could post your questions ahead of time, so we can do our homework in advance, just visit Carsten's panel app here:
Thanks and see you all next week in Germany!