Wednesday, January 21, 2009

One day APEX seminar by UK APEX SIG

The UK APEX SIG is kicking off with a one day free seminar on Friday 13th February in the Oracle City Office in London.

There will be five presentation by different speakers and you'll have also time to ask questions to the Experts. Justin Hudd, the organizer behind the event, will start with an introduction, shortly followed by following presentations:

  • Latest & Greatest from Development by David Peake
  • Apex @ Oracle – Learn How Oracle Utilises Application Express by Anthony Rayner
  • What happens on an APEX Page? by Dimitri Gielis (me)
  • Using Apex to Expose your Business to the Web by Matt Nolan & Vincent Migue
  • Dispelling Myths about Application Express by John Scott
We'll finish the day with an Apex Forum where you can ask any question... and then the bar!

I booked my flight to Belgium the following day, so I don't mind still talking about APEX with some drinks and food till late at night ;-)

Hope to see you there! (more info, see agenda)

Update from UKOUG: If you are a UKOUG member you can attend for free. But there is a non-member rate set up of £160 plus VAT. As members of UKOUG you get one space per membership free, then any additional places are charged the members rate of £80 plus VAT.


PS: We got some questions if our 3-day European APEX Training Days of March are still on? The answer is yes! We're handling the last details for the location (will be in Manchester, UK). More information will follow shortly.

2 comments:

Tony said...

Hi Dimitri,

Wish I could be there.

I'm writing to you from Melbourne, Australia and was just wondering whether any of these sessions (slides/docs) will be made available to the Oracle ApEx community?

That would be great.

Thanks,
Tony.

Dimitri Gielis said...

Hi Tony,

Concerning my session, I'll do that session again at Collaborate 09 and ODTUG 09, so you might see it there.
Normally the presentation material will become available on the sites (UKOUG, IOUG, ODTUG). The other presentations are a bit of the same I believe. David is doing that presentation more than ones, same for John.

Dimitri