1 ½ years ago I went to Monterey to visit the ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2009 conference. I was very impressed with the presenters, content and great atmosphere of the event. After the conference, on my way home, I promised myself to come back to KScope, as a presenter, if possible. This year is the second time I submitted an abstract. And ...
This week I received an email from the ODTUG confirming that my abstract has been accepted for presentation at ODTUG KScope11, June 26-30, in Long Beach, CA.
I feel very honored and happy to get this opportunity.
Whether you’re interested in my presentation or not, if you are into Oracle Development, have some training time and budget left: Come to Long Beach next year and participate in this unique event. Kscope11 offers:
- More than 200 technical sessions on Application Express, BI and Oracle EPM, Database Development, Oracle Fusion Middleware, MySQL
- Five all day symposiums - No extra charge
- Lunch and learn sessions with Oracle ACE Directors
- Plenty of time to meet and talk with the experts and other participants
For who is interested, here is the abstract of my presentation:
Presentation Title: APEX Face/Off - Designing a GUI with APEX Templates and Themes
Session Type: 1 Hour Presentation
A practical guide to the concept of APEX themes and templates.
Today’s internet sites are often a blend of websites and web applications. Web application interface design is, at its core, Web design. Oracle Application Express provides facilities to customize and manage your application design.
This presentation is for Oracle APEX developers who wish to learn how to provide their applications with a professional looking custom GUI design using web standards HTML and CSS together with APEX templates and Themes.
It will outline the skills, tooling and steps necessary to create a custom APEX GUI design using the concept of APEX templates and themes.
The presentation focuses on the practical aspects, from graphical GUI design to translating and integrating this design into APEX. It will be escorted by live, visual examples, suggest "Best Practices" and discuss the limitations of APEX.
I hope to see you in Long Beach next year.