Filling the Gap with Oracle APEX

Filling the Gap with Oracle APEX
In early 2015 I was tasked to find a solution, whereby I needed to manage data in a couple of tables inside of an Oracle database. As it would have been a very standard interface, with limited logic that was required on the front end I set out to search for some kind of database ...

Back to Blog

Back to Blog
It has been quite some time since I’ve posted anything on my blog. I’ve seen these types of posts on blogs quite a lot. Are blogs dead … most probably – still like sharing some findings and technical help and tips for the guys that just might need it. In the last 1.5 years since my ...

It was just a simple feature

It was just a simple feature
I spent the majority of my days in front of my screen, working in an open office and not having the convenience of my own office(yet 🙂 ). So most of my days I use earphones and music to get the days by. I am deaf in my right. I had to find  a software ...

4 Essential Tools for High Traffic Websites

4 Essential Tools for High Traffic Websites
Dealing with large high traffic websites can sometimes be quite daunting, ensuring that all services are up and functioning as expected and ensuring the response times are acceptable for consumers to not deter them away from your side. Of course you also want to make sure the people visiting your website are real people, are ...

Delete files older than …

I used ot use a quite extensive method of delete files older than x amount of days in some of my maintenance scripts. This morning I found the forfiles command in Windows which is so much quicker and easier. forfiles -p [path] -m *.csv -d -7 -c “cmd /c del @path” where -p [path] is ...

Newest Gadget : Apple IPad Mini

Newest Gadget : Apple IPad Mini
For the last couple of weeks I’ve been comparing two tablets with each other to see what I’m gonna get next. The competition was between a Google Nexus 7 and the IPad Mini as I’m a big fan of the 7″ size formats. After a couple of store visits. And doing side-by-side comparisons I selected ...

GMail drops free EAS Support

GMail drops free EAS Support
Google Sync was designed to allow access to Gmail, Google Calendar, and Contacts via the Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® protocol. To quite a shock to myself and some of my colleagues  Google has decided to drop their support of Google Sync for Free Gmail account users. As of 30 Janauary 2013, only paid Google App users would be able ...