As I recently blogged, APEX Evangelists is undergoing a transformation (stay tuned for what that means for me).
We are very happy to announce that Paul Broughton (Twitter - @paulbroughton) has joined the AE Network!
For those of you who don’t know Paul, he started working for APEX Evangelists back in July 2009 (wow time flies!) and has been involved in many client facing projects (and very recently was presented with an award (more...)
Every year we at APEX Evangelists come together to discuss the past and the future of the company.
In the past 7 years a lot has changed; the APEX market changed, the community changed, we personally changed, …
We really like APEX, we are all passionate about it, we love to have technical discussions with each other and come together to share our thoughts, but we also like our independence and make our own trade-offs (more...)
What more is there to say? This event is going to be fantastic and there’s still time to register!
As Martin has already announced, there is a very exciting APEX Plugin Competition hosted by ODTUG.
Here’s the official announcement (taken from the ODTUG page):
ODTUG is holding its first ever world wide APEX Plug-ins competition! This is your opportunity to write an APEX plug-in and have it (more...)
It’s been around 3 years since I wrote Pro Oracle Application Express (with a chapter contributed by Scott Spendolini), and like most first time authors I said “That was a great experience, but I’m in no hurry to write another book again!”.
Writing a technical book is a very (more...)
APEX 4.0 just got released, this is the BIG one for APEX developers, we’ve been anxiously awaiting the release (and a few bets have been known to placed on when exactly it would be released!).
More information is available on Joels blog, and you can download APEX 4. (more...)
The PL/SQL Challenge website has just gone live!
If you haven’t heard about it yet, it’s a website where you can pit your wits against a daily question by none other than Steven Feuerstein (yes that Steven Feuerstein!) and Finn Ellebaek Nielsen. Wait it’s even cooler than that, you (more...)