As soon as I posted this entry yesterday, I thought of a few additional "rules" that probably should have been included. Pitor's comment also spurred on an additional rule. So without further adieu, here they are:
Learn 'em and stick to 'em. Period! Most modern browsers do pretty (more...)
There's something to be said for corporate standards for browsers. Sure, it's almost always some flavor of IE, but at least you're only charged with making sure that your application runs and looks good on one browser on a single OS.
However, when designing a product, you simply don't have (more...)
Earlier today, I tweeted the following:
After this morning, I don't think I will
ever use the "v" function again. #orclapex
I wanted to qualify what I meant by that, since sometimes you only see one side of the conversation on Twitter. Also, it's been a while since my last (more...)
Not only is the title of this post a great song by one of my all time favorite bands (extra credit if you can name them w/out using Google) but is a question that some of you have been wondering...
Most of my time the past few months has been (more...)
Patrick Cimolini will be conducting a FREE webinar on Tuesday, November 16th at 3:00PM EST entitled "APEX Team Development and Agile Project Management" sponsored by ODTUG.
Here's the abstract for the session:
The release of Oracle Application Express (APEX) version 4.0 has brought the product to a high level (more...)
I saw a Twittersation - or however you say Twitter + Conversation - between Martin D'Souza & Dan Mcghan about a potential new hashtag for Oracle APEX. This, in my opinion, has been a long time coming, since #apex will bring back anything from Oracle APEX to the upcoming APEX (more...)
The APEXposed conferences are almost here! Brussels will kick off first on October 28th and Dallas will follow shortly after that on November 10th & 11th.
If you're on the fence about attending, then perhaps this will push you over: If you sign up with the code APEX, you will (more...)