I feel like I have gone a full circle from my early days writing my blogs (or weblogs) in flat files as opposed to storing content in a database through a content management system (CMS). Prior to using Wordpress, I was heavily invested in developing with Drupal, and consider myself privileged to have used the knowledge of both platforms for work. All of sudden now, I have an urge to go back to my roots and focusing on creating blog posts without the bells and whistles.
We now have less than a week before Kscope 16 abstract submissions close. Have you submitted yours yet? If not, please spend a few minutes to consider the following reasons why you should:
After more than five years at the UBC James Hogg Research Centre (now also known as the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation), I am now ready to take the plunge and explore a familiar yet uncharted path. Familiar because I will continue working on a technology that I am very passionate about, though in a very different industry.
Want to get started on APEX development but don't want to muck around with Linux too much, then this guide's for you! As a follow-up to our second ORCLAPEX-YVR meetup on June 17, 2015, and to supplement Trent Schafer's excellent post on how you could build an Oracle APEX instance, here's a simple procedure that you can use to stand up your personal APEX development environment in probably much less than 30 minutes depending on your Internet connection bandwidth!
Here's a little weekend activity for those of you planning to attend our second ORCLAPEX-YVR meetup on June 17, 2015. To avoid network congestion during the event, please perform the following preparatory steps: