Category: ODTUG

On the 28th of July, I presented this topic at Kscope16. It was a great conference and if you ever have the chance to visit, definitely do so. This approach is useful when you have to deal with a lot of JavaScript code in your application. The main goal is to create reusable components, which help […]

The ApEx Symposium on the first day of ODTUG is over. It was a great day full of very interesting presentations. The day started with Joell Kallman presenting the keynote: Application Express: Ahead of the Curve. A very interesting and amusing presentation about the possible future of ApEx. After Joell it was my time to […]

This group is a place to discuss best practices and methodologies for JDeveloper ADF Enterprise development, including effort by “experts” in ADF to discuss high level issues than those discussed on the OTN JDeveloper Forums. This effort is an overall part of getting ADF experts, advocates and programmers to start collaborating at user group events […]

ODTUG 2009 in Kaleidoscope is coming very close. I will be presenting: Mission Critical APEX – APEX at Brussels Airport in the category Customer Success. The ApEx Symposium will start on Sunday 21 JUN and I will be first after the keynote of Joel Kallman. I started to prepare quite late as I never got […]

The previous year we went to ODTUG to talk about our quality assurance toolkit developed for ApEx. This year we’re going to talk about data integration services delivered using OBI EE, ODI and of course Oracle Warehouse Builder. And I’m also very pleased to announce the ‘ADF Methodology for the Masses’ community will also present […]

Together with Chris, Andrejus, Wilfried and several other ACE’s and ACE Directors we’ve been discussing the need for an ADF Methodology. Chris has started up this thread, and finally on ODTUG we’ve decided to kick-off on Open World Unconference. We will be running an ADF Methodology session at Oracle OpenWorld as part of the un-conference […]