Oracle Application Express (APEX) Product Manager
Oracle, Greater Denver Area
After 13 years within Oracle Consulting in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, I recently joined the Product Development team as the Oracle Application Express (APEX) Product Manager. Within consulting my primary focus was on large Custom Development projects. Four years ago I started working on a very large project, using APEX (or Project Marvel as it was called then). Before that I primarily developed applications using Oracle Forms and Designer. My experience ranges from managing large teams of developers to very low level coding to now being a Product Manager.
Oracle Application Express: Low Code Meets the Enterprise (Connect 2019)
Learn about the benefits of low code and the worldwide success of the no-cost Oracle Application Express platform. This session introduces the key challenges facing enterprise application developers and the benefits of a low-code methodology. It reviews real-world examples of custom application development, ERP extensions, and Oracle Forms-to-Oracle Application Express conversion. It also highlights how the Oracle Application Express low-code platform delivers on the promise of low code with features that end users really like. Low code is not the answer for every enterprise application, but for many use cases, low code delivers a better app in less time and with less effort.
Low-Code Development with Oracle Application Express and Oracle Autonomous Database (Connect 2019)
Oracle Application Express is a low-code development platform that enables you to build stunning, scalable, secure apps with world-class features that can be deployed anywhere. In this lab start by initiating your free trial for Oracle Autonomous Database and then convert a spreadsheet into a multiuser, web-based, responsive Oracle Application Express application in minutes—no prior experience with Oracle Application Express is needed. Learn how you can use Oracle Application Express to solve many of your business problems that are going unsolved today.