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Are you a PL/SQL Developer? [Fixed Link]

Then attend our webinar and learn how you can build first class web applications with PL/SQL.



The application above is built using only PL/SQL and Formspider. No Java, no JavaScript. Join our webinar and learn how. Every attendee will get priority access to the source code of this application. We'll also give you an opportunity to purchase Formspider at a discount. :-) Sign up today.

Are you a PL/SQL Developer? Are you an Oracle Forms Developer?

Then attend our webinar and learn how you can build first class web applications with PL/SQL.



The application above is built using only PL/SQL and Formspider. No Java, no JavaScript. Join our webinar and learn how. Every attendee will get priority access to the source code of this application. We'll also give you an opportunity to purchase Formspider at a discount. :-) Sign up today.

Developing an Application with PL/SQL, the Formspider Way

On November 24, attend our webinar to watch Professional Consultant Nicholas Mwaura as he talks about his experience with Formspider and shows you how you can build first class applications to impress your prospective customers and end users.

Watch a short demo of the application Nicholas will show you how to build:



During the webinar the following topics will be discussed:
The importance of Formspider for PL/SQL developers and Oracle customersWhy Oracle Forms applications are very easy to migrate to FormspiderIntroduction to the demo application
Building the demo application: How to design the UI, how to work with windows, panels, tabs, trees and various other Formspider components, working with LOV’s, application structure in the database.  At the end of the webinar, the attendees will get priority access to the source code of the demo application.

During the webinar, each attendee will receive a discount offer for Formspider developer licenses! :-)

Sign up to the webinar now!

SQL Needs a Sister (Broken Link Corrected)

I've just published an article on Medium about the missing sister of SQL. I think there is a fundamental mistake we’ve been making in using SQL. We use it both to ask a question and format the answer and I think this is just wrong. You can read the article at this link. (Sorry for the broken link in the previous post and a big thank you to the person who sent us a comment about the issue. :-) )

SQL Needs a Sister

I just published an article on Medium about the missing sister of SQL. I think there is a fundamental mistake we’ve been making in using SQL. We use it both to ask a question and format the answer and I think this is just wrong. You can read the article at this link.