Grant Ronald has just published three references for Oracle Forms upgrades to 11g.
Those references can be found on his blog.
As Grant writes, it’s pretty easy to upgrade, just recompile and deploy.
A big advantage of migrating to Forms 11g is that it opens up the integration of the forms application with other technologies(eg. ADF).
Upgrade your Forms application and enter the age of fusion!
Steven Feuerstein started last year the PL/SQL Challenge, a quiz about…PL/SQL!
What else could one expect from Steven
The PL/SQL Challenge is an interesting quiz to test your PL/SQL knowledge and win some great prizes(up to $1000!).
Not only it’s about testing your knowledge, but also about learning a lot PL/SQL(even experienced developers can learn!).
At iAdvise and O2U we have some great PL/SQL developers and to prove that: we are the number one company in the PL/SQL challenge in the last quarter of 2010 and leading in this quarter.
We have three players in the top 100 this quarter of which one is in the top 20. And this with over a 1000 participants each day. Not bad I would say.
Not only the experienced players are participating and doing very well, but also our young Apex developers are doing great(one of them was in the beginners top 10 in December).
In the days of Java, E2.0, SOA, Fusion etc… don’t forget the roots: PL/SQL is still the preferred language on the database!
So, come out and play…and maybe win some prizes at the PL/SQL Challenge.
Do you want to know about the future of Oracle Forms?
And you want to know the official view of Oracle?
Check the webinar on this topic, hosted by Grant Ronald, Oracle Product Manager responsible for Forms.
More details and registration on Grant Ronald’s blog.