Just a quick post to share with you my past Salesforce Dev401
Exam study materials. I have assembled this table of 87
questions when I was studying for the exam back in January 2011. These are not actual Exam questions, don't be fooled!
This is study stuff that I have compiled reading the study guides and the available training materials I found online. It did help me pass the exam. The quiz like questions I compiled helped me a lot to understand concepts and limits.
I have also tried to categorise the questions & quizzes by the Salesforce Dev401 (more...)
I attended the UKOUG
SIG on Apex 4.0 in London yesterday and learned lots of new things. Thanks to presenters like John Scott from SumNeva and Hillary Farrell from Oracle. Looking forward to receive the seminar notes.
Briefly the things to take home from this SIG meeting for me were:
- Oracle Apex plugins are great. Great presentation from John Scott on this.
- In Oracle Apex release 4.0.2, there will be new themes which will render nicely, almost like native apps, on iPhones and iPads.
- Lots of tips and tricks on how to scale and tune Oracle Apex (more...)
Have you ever wanted just to maintain a table in two different databases? In two different schemas? Something like replicating, keeping a copy of a table in sync in another database, not in real-time, but almost real time? There is an easy way, use Oracle Streams Synchronous Capture!
Many times in development I get this request, where a developer in a team will come with a request like "Can we get a copy of that table in our schema in some sort of sync please?". Alternative ways of providing the developer with this table would be backup/restore, data-pump, both (more...)