Saturday, November 29, 2008

APEX Meetup @ UKOUG on Monday

Next week the UKOUG conference is going on. I'm flying to Birmingham on Monday and will stay till Thursday. I believe UKOUG is one of the biggest Oracle conferences in Europe. It's a pity it's the same time as DOAG, but that is mostly towards the German speaking people. 

There are also some APEX presentations at UKOUG:

What’s Hot and What’s Not – an Overview of Oracle Development ToolsMr Sten Vesterli01/12/2008 11:00 - 12:00 Track Track 5
Oracle Application Express Now and in the FutureMr David Peake01/12/2008 13:10 - 14:10 Track Track 6
Application Express Best PracticesMr John Scott02/12/2008 11:05 - 11:50 Track Track 4
"Tools: APEX, JDEV, Forms, SQL DEV - the choice is yours"Mr Grant Ronald02/12/2008 13:15 - 14:00 Track Roundtables
A Delicious Blend of BI Publisher and Application Express Bursting with Flavour!Mr Nathan Morgan03/12/2008 11:45 - 12:30 Track Track 8
Mastering charts in Oracle Application Express (APEX)Mr Dimitri Gielis04/12/2008 09:25 - 10:10 Track Track 5
(Re)Developing a logistic application in APEX in the real worldMr Roel Hartman04/12/2008 15:05 - 15:50 Track Track 5
Securing an APEX application on a Microsoft platformMr Andy Ogg04/12/2008 16:25 - 17:10 Track Track 5

As you can see I'll talk about charts in Oracle Application Express on Thursday. I'll start to explain how you can create charts in APEX and make them prettier and what is happening under the hood. I'll discuss there are different versions of charts in APEX (based on Anychart 3.3 and 4.1) and at the end I'll also try to quickly show the apex migration kit to Anychart 5.

In the APEX Forum we also talked about having an APEX Meetup on Monday after the opening party (20.30h). We'll probably meet at the entrance of the opening party or you can follow David Peake, John Scott, Anthony Rayner, myself or some others to the "APEX heaven".

See you in  a few days!

1 comment:

  1. Dimitri,

    please take several photos from the meeting. We'll post them in our blog.

    Thanks in advance,