Exploring dynamic pivot options

In looking for information on pivoting variable number of columns, I stumbled across a question I once managed to AskTom, many moons ago.

Adrian Billington has an interesting lead into an XML solution with pivot, but would need more digging to finalise conversation of XML data for APEX to use.

Then I found Tom's answer using easy to understand dynamic SQL (properly asserted, no less)
https://asktom. (more...)

Back to work, post Kscope15

After landing late Wednesday night I'm officially back to work on Monday morning, greeted with this:

It's good to be back. There is an APEX 5 instance sitting on 12c ready for app regression testing once it has data, but work before play - got a small backlog (more...)

KScope Day 2

I struggled a little bit this morning, for the first time in a few days the alarm woke be up with a start. I'm not sure my brain was ready. Kudos to those that tackled the 5k, I had the energy a few days ago...

Printing with node.js

Dimitri provided a great intro to help us all understand what node.js is all about and how to learn more, covering
- Installing node
- (more...)

KScope Day 1

Day 1? Really, is that all? There are so many things going on it feels like day 3.

And I'm not even participating in everything since I'm also coming back to do some family time each day.

Chi Gung

I gave this a go this morning after not being able to find Kent on the first day. It was interesting and there were some good exercises that everyone should consider doing in the morning, though (more...)

Listen to Kscope15 on Twitter

If you're at Kscope15 (even if you're not!), do you realise there is another set of conversations going on beyond the talks and beyond the between-session banter?

It's online of course, and it's on Twitter. It's live; it's interactive; and it's worth 'listening' to, if not contributing as well.

Visit this URL to read what's going on, even if you're not registered.
It might change your mind on registering for (yet (more...)