I once teamed up with a co-worker to collect all the crazy-long email signatures people use. I think the longest we ever collected was around 10 lines, complete with pictures (a logo) and an alphabet soup of titles earned. Email address was included...which I still have a hard time figuring out why. Perhaps someone will print it? I guess those people still exist.
APEX is taking off in the Benelux and so are the APEX Blogs.
Iloon Ellen-Wolff, working for Oracle Nederland, is helping to spread the word about APEX too. She also started to blog recently. It's worth to have a look at her blog. She's also presenting at the OBUG APEX SIG day of June 17th about the new Tabular Forms in APEX 4.0.
It wasn't my initial intention to do so, but after having a lot of people asking for enabling the World Cup 2010 on DG Tournament I finally did it.
Four years ago I developed this application (in APEX). With Euro 2008 I made some changes, but from then on I didn't really touch it anymore. Four years is a long time and I saw that some services I used (e.g. to get the location based on the IP) got changed. I didn't completely update the app yet, but the bulk should work now.
One of my customers wants to replace some Forms applications using APEX. One of the critical issues was the possibility to warn the user before exiting the existing form (switching tabs, closing browser window or tab or simply using the back button). In this example in my Demo Application I created a proof of concept using some older threads and demos.