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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Apex, More Apex, a bit of PL/SQL, ACEs and Babbage

One of the worst times to get an ear infection, I learnt, is the night before you present at a conference. I hardly got any sleep and I’m deaf in one ear, making my voice echo in my head.

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9 comments:

  1. Hello,

    Do you have an example of your application somewhere?

    Even if you turn off updates aand just use seed data it would be nice to see.

    Carl

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  2. Hi Jeff,

    I like your presentation a lot.
    You hit the nail that an app should be Fun, Easier to use and more Trustworthy!

    Dimitri

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  3. Thanks, both of you :)

    I've put an example of "Zample" temporarily here. Enjoy, and remember it's just a rough sketch of an idea, I don't consider all aspects of it to be best practice :)

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  4. G'day Jeff,

    The presenter with Penny on the apex topic was fellow Sage colleague - Eddie Harris, not my namesake...

    :-)

    Scott

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  5. Thanks Scott, I've corrected it :)

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  6. Hello!
    I am building internal apex applications. And I saw very interesting article/presentation with app in your blog - Apex_Social_Networking ...
    Are there any possibilities that both would be available?
    regards
    Igor

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  7. Hi Igor,

    There was a change to the location of those files, so I've updated the links so you can now download them and try them out for yourself.

    Powerpoint: http://members.iinet.net.au/~jkemp11/ausoug/JeffKemp_Apex_Social_Networking.pdf

    Sample Application: http://members.iinet.net.au/~jkemp11/ausoug/f100_zample.zip

    Jeff

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  8. Just to be difficult, I've now moved the PDF to Google Docs. The article has been updated to point there.

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