Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Extending EBS R12.1 and above using APEX White Paper Released

Extending Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1 and above using Oracle Application Express Revision 2 has just been released. 

This paper is a major revision which now includes certification for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 and also an alternate database architecture using Oracle Database links. You can download the paper from OTN:

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

UKOUG Tech14 Call for Papers ... Better Hurry!!!

Every year I like getting over to England for UKOUG's conference. This year Joel Kallman, Director APEX Development, will be joining Anthony Rayner and myself at the conference.

I have submitted a few sessions for Tech14 and also a session for Apps14, given they are co-located in Liverpool this year. My Apps14 session is on integrating EBS with APEX, a subject that is near and dear, and one that is gaining significant traction among EBS customers.

Tech14 Call for Papers has just been extended until Tuesday, 27th May @ 10:00 am!
For all you procrastinators out there, you have this weekend to crank out a title and abstract and enter it.

I generally extend my trip by a few days and head down to London to visit with customers and partners. Both Joel and myself will be available for meetings Thursday 11th and Friday 12th December. Let me know if you would like to meet with us.


Friday, February 28, 2014

New APEX Certification Exam BETA Now Running

How does a prospective employer  or customer know that you are any good at developing with Oracle Application Express?
One of the best credentials, to prove you have APEX chops, is to obtain Oracle Application Express Certification!

The APEX Certification Exam has undergone a large upgrade.
Much of the content being rewritten / improved as part of this effort.
The new exam is currently running a BETA program until 10-May-2014.
Testing centers are available worldwide.

Help us by taking the BETA Exam and help yourself by saving significant cost over sitting for the exam once published.
The "published" exam will be the exact same questions you take in the BETA exam.
If the question ranks poorly during the beta it may be rewritten or removed.