After our ‘Oracle for Newbies’ seminar, we invited all attendees for a Powerday. The participants would get the opportunity to try out everything we had shown in the seminar. Last Monday we started our Powerday with 11 curious attendees. The ‘half a day’ – Powerday consisted of 3 parts: 1) the installation of Oracle Express […]

I take part in a project using Spring MVC and Hibernate technologies. During this project, we had to make some transaction choices. The transaction management could be handled by the HibernateTransactionManager. With the use of annotations, the manager could recognize what kind of transaction should be opened. A transaction could run in different kind of […]

In December you have probably read on this blog about our “Oracle for Newbies” seminar. As posted there we wanted to convince newbies that Oracle is not expensive, nor difficult. With free Oracle products (Oracle XE database, Application Express and SQL Developer) we showed how fast you can set up flexible database structures and professional […]

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 […]

Like Nathalie Roman announced in the previous blog I had the honour to give my first presentation abroad last Monday at the Big Easy. It was Jan Huyzentruyt’s idea to work out an Apex QA-tool for our company. Because we wanted to share our idea with the other Apex-adepts we submitted our abstract “Use the […]