APEX Connect 2016.

Written on März 14th, 2016 by Niels

This year, the 3 day conference APEX Connect will be THE conference for database centric developers. If you haven’t signed up yet, please do so, as the early bird entrance fee will end tomorrow!

So what do you get for your time and money? Well, we have 60 presentations about PL/SQL, APEX, JavaScript, CSS and Oracle Database features/tools. We have keynotes from Chris Saxon (the 2. Tom Kyte?) and Mike Hichwa (VP at Oracle & the Godfather of APEX). We have well known presenters from all over the world. We have 7 hands-on workshops. We have a lunch & learn session. We have loads of networking being done throughout the day and we will end the second day with a huge party! We have booked the coolest hotel in town. Last but not least: it is all happening in the middle of Berlin, a city you just have to see for yourself.

So, act, now, otherwise you might regret it. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. :)


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2 Comments to “APEX Connect 2016.”

  • Bill Carlisle sagt:

    I am very interested in going to the Berlin conference. Just now seeing it and thinking about it so I need to act fast.

    Is it in English?
    What is the best site to go to that gives all the information and to do list.
    Flight.. ? into Berlin?
    Hotel? I saw 2 listed in the agreement for the conference dures under Javaland ?
    Where I could stay to not need a car?
    Best way to get from the airport to the hotel?

    Thank you,
    Bill Carlisle
    San Antonio, Texas USA

  • Niels sagt:

    Hi Bill,

    20 of 60 presentations are held in English. All other activities (Keynotes, Panel, etc.) are held in English.

    First take a flight to Berlin Tegel, then get a cab to get to the venue/ NHOW hotel. If you stay at the venue, you won’t be needing a car. We are in the middle of Berlin, so if you want to visit the city, just wander around or take the metro.

    Would be nice to see you in Berlin!



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