March 16th Presentation Featuring Martin D’Souza from Innovation at Insum

Presentation: APEX 5.1 New Features

APEX 5.1 is the latest major release of Oracle Application Express. It has a lot of new features that focus on a richer UI, quicker/easier development tools, and richer out of the box tools for business users.
This presentation will cover these features from both a developer’s perspective and highlight how APEX 5.1 can help significanlty reduce development time and costs. It will also cover how to migrate from older versions of APEX to this latest release.

Speaker: Martin D’Souza, Innovation at Insum

  • Martin D’Souza is the Director of Innovation at Insum.
  • He is also a Volunteer Director for ODTUG and Founder of OraOpenSource.
  • His experience in the technology industry has been focused on developing database-centric web applications using the Oracle technology stack.
  • Martin is the author of the popular blog talkapex.com  and a designated Oracle ACE Director.
  • He has co-authored and authored various APEX books and is an active participant in various open-source projects, such as Logger.
  • Martin has also presented at numerous international conferences such as APEX Connect, Oracle OpenWorld , and ODTUG Kscope.
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