Indeed, it’s almost “that” time of the year again, the week that San Francisco will turn red and is full of Oracle people. There so much to do, but I still have to build my agenda. But there are already some things to schedule… One day, one Moscone room, one main topic…ADF EMG Sunday. A whole […]

When taking a look at the tools Oracle used to develop its own products, we see that the E-business suite is build in Forms and Reports. Later, new modules were developed according Java EE standards.  Those new modules/applications were released on the same application servers that ran Forms and reports,  where they shared services and […]

On May 12 iAdvise hosted the “APEX and mobile seminar”. With a turnout of more than 50 customers and interested developers, it indicates that mobile development is a real hype and the demand for mobile applications is rising. This was the starting point for Stijn who started with an overview of the current situation and […]

Last week Oracle announced the “Oracle Application Development Tools Statement of Direction“. Oracle stays commited to the Oracle Forms customers, saying Forms will be part of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c. That’s right!  There will be a Forms 12c version. And even Reports will be part of it. My previous blogpost “Oracle Forms: upgrade…modernize…integrate” shows that you […]

iAdvise already did several presentations and seminars about Forms and Forms Modernization. And it’s good to see that companies get the messages we are talking about. We’ve visited a customer who still had some questions on the future of Forms. They received complaints of users that the UI isn’t “sexy” enough, but besides that there’s nothing […]

Some time age one of my colleagues, An V., played with the idea to start a company magazine.  Everybody liked the idea and our manager gave a green light to create “De Poreiflash”.  Why it’s called “De Poreiflash” is a long story and I have to kill you when you don’t work for iAdvise and […]