|Apr 21, 2015 6:09am
Tonight I stayed up way past my bedtime (well, in the days of writing a book and Kscope presentations, midnight isn't that late).
I watched and listened to Shakeeb Rahman from the APEX team on an ODTUG webinar, which was recorded and available for ODTUG members.
I did, however, take some notes. I thought I'd share:
Not shy about reference to Douglas Adams.
I've finally bitten the bullet and disabled the Google+ commenting mechanism from this blog. I promised this in my 2014 annual review, and I figure I might as well not wait.
When Google announced they would integrate Google+ with blogger, it sounded like a good idea at the time. However it required that commenters needed a Google+ account as opposed to having a number of authentication options.
Do you live in Perth, Western Australia?
Please tell me you're free for breakfast on Tuesday March 24. You'll be out by 9am feeling glad you came. Visit the event details page for the abstract, it's inspired by a book I'm currently writing ;p
Sometimes I come across code where it's obvious someone has taught themselves APEX, then worked through a problem to come up with a solution - but they went a long way.
Today's situation required data in an interactive report to not wrap the output. I thought it'd be worth sharing because a few lessons might be demonstrated along the way for newer developers.
Here is the long way:
1) Add this to the Page Load property