Oracle APEX Security workshop in Perth

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Oracle APEX Security workshop in Perth

  • Details

    Date: 3 August, 2022

    Time: 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm AWST

    Cost: Free

  • Venue

    Oracle Perth

    9/225 St Georges Terrace

    Perth, WA 6000 Australia

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Details 

Date: 3 August, 2022 

Time: 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm AWST 

Cost: Free 

Venue 

Oracle Perth 

9/225 St Georges Terrace

Perth, WA 6000 Australia

 

Organiser Conference Manager

Phone: 0411 231 198 

Email: conferencemanager@ausoug.org.au 

 

AGENDA WORKSHOP:

    • 04:45 – 5:00: Registration
    • 05:10– 06:30: Introduction and Workshop part 1
    • 06:35 – 06:45: Short Break 
    • 06:50 – 20:00: Workshop part 2
    • 20:05 – 20:30: Networking session over Snack and Drinks
 

Who should attend: Application developers, APEX Developers, PL/SQL developers and DBAs with an interest in securing web applications.

At the end of this workshop: 

    • Beginners : Will be able to use the APEX  Oracle Application Express (APEX) aware of all security gotchas during development of web database applications.
    • Intermediate / Advanced Users: Will be able to learn some advance security tricks and best of all how to mitigate security issues.
    • Discussion time with presenter and other experts will be available during Networking session with Free food and drinks.
 

Limited Seats, registration will be on first come-first serve basis

About the Presenters   

 

Lino Schildenfeld, Skillbuilders APEX Consultant

Lino is an Oracle APEX consultant with 15+ years of experience who has worked with clients in Europe, USA, Asia, Australia and New Zealand across all sectors. 

He contributes to local OUG as AUSOUG committee board member, Connect conference content chair and webinar organizer.

Frequent speaker at KSCOPE, APEX Connect, APEX World, APEX ALPE Adria, UKOUG, EMEA & APAC Groundbreakers events. APEX blogger, ORCLAPEX-NZ meetup organizer and Oracle ACE. 

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