Yesterday a new version of the Oracle APEX Listener was released. The new version is 2.0.6… and the biggest change in this release is the change in name. From now on we won’t speak about the “APEX Listener” anymore, but we speak about “Oracle REST Da…
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ODTUG announced a few days ago the Oracle APEX Theming Competition.Make an awesome APEX theme and you may win some cool prices!In the Learning Resources on the ODTUG site you will see a reference to my presentation of last year “Advanced Responsiv…
Every year we at APEX Evangelists come together to discuss the past and the future of the company.
In the past 7 years a lot has changed; the APEX market changed, the community changed, we personally changed, …
We really like APEX, we are all passionate about it, we love to have technical discussions with each other and come together to share our thoughts, but we also like our independence and make our own trade-offs company wise.
So we decided to go a different route with “APEX Evangelists”. And that’s why we’re now in the midst of transforming APEX Evangelists from a company to a network.
A network of APEX experts. A network without any financial incentive behind it. A network of independent people that are passionate about APEX. A network of recognised experts in the Oracle community. A network with members that can rely on each other and trust each other.
You can also become part of this network, but only by invitation and acceptance by the other members.
We love to compare us with the Oaktable network, which is a network of experts for the Oracle database. We hope that “APEX Evangelists network” will be the same for Oracle Application Express.
The first addition to the APEX Evangelists network is Martin Giffy D’Souza and we hope to grow the network further in the next months.
The new website of APEX Evangelists is live which reflects the network now, you find it at http://www.apex-evangelists.com
If you’re wondering what else the future will bring for me, check out APEX R&D, the company I’ll move forward with.
I just got an interesting question: how do you know for a date, in which week (Monday – Sunday) it falls.I created a little test script to get 31 days of data:(date_c is the same as date_d, but in a more readable output. c stands for char, d for date)s…