Month: December 2008

As you all (should) know, begin this month, there was the event of the year for Java developers, Devoxx. This year they changed their name from JavaPolis to Devoxx to strengthen the voice for Java developers. But I don’t think that the name changed any of its popularity. Instead, they had more attendees compared to […]

When companies are looking for new young potential, what’s the potential they’re looking for? What are the companies’ needs regarding soft skills, technical skills, communication skills, … More and more high schools and Universities in Europe are broudening their courses and program for ICT. This month KDG high school in Antwerp organized informal workshops and […]

On Wednesday iAdvise gave an Oracle seminar at the headquarters of Oracle Belgium in Brussels. That’s not THE big news of course, but for this seminar our audience was different. This time we focused the “newbies”, people who‘ve never or hardly heard about Oracle. With this seminar we wanted to debunk the myths that: Oracle […]

I’m one of the iAdvise Apex-trainers, a small group of Oracle Consultants that besides their daily job, also give an apex course from time to time. I’ll get this question every few months, but last time was rather unusual. Would you mind giving this course in Suriname? This country in South America is located over […]

I’ve added an abstract for ODTUG 2009 on the ADF Methodology Google Group and I would like to share the content of this abstract with the community as well. Especially because your feedback is needed to keep the ball rolling and to check out how many people are using ADF today or are interested in […]