There are a lot of questions about the future of Oracle Forms and applications that were built in Oracle Forms.
During this seminar we will answer these questions and give an overview of the (possible) future of such applications.
The seminar will kick off with a keynote by Grant Ronald, about the Oracle Forms strategy.
Next we show the following possibilities: modernize, upgrade, integrate and migrate.
To end the morning session we will show how change can go nice and smooth.
After lunch Grant Ronald will give an introduction to Oracle ADF Development:
- Building ADF Business Components
- Business Validation
- Shaping your data
- Application Flow
- Building UI pages
Attendees of the afternoon session “Introduction to Oracle ADF” will receive a copy of the book “The Quick Start Guide to Fusion Development” by Grant Ronald!
When: Monday, June 6 2011
Where: http://www.hofterdelft.be (Ekeren – Antwerp)
One year ago Steven Feuerstein launched a competition called “The Pl/SQL Challenge“.
The idea was to let Oracle PL/SQL developers test their knowledge, learn and win prices by taking a daily quiz.
The format seems to be a success: every day more than 1000 PL/SQL developers test their knowledge about the language, in total more than 5800 users from 119 countries… a worldwide success!
But it does not stop with doing a quiz, a lot of questions(and answers) are discussed on the blog.
And those discussions can also lead to something, like an enhancement request for the PL/SQL language by Bryn Llewellyn(PL/SQL Product Manager at Oracle).
Steven did a great job with the PL/SQL Challenge and it seems like it keeps on rolling: version 2 of the website is coming up with even more challenges for SQL and APEX.
To Steven and his team of reviewers and developers: thanks for the nice quizzes and keep up te great work!
To all players: have fun and good luck!