Get your dream application with Oracle APEX

What requirements developers and decision-makers should consider

September 30, 2020  |  10:00-11:00 a.m. EDT

turn low code into solid application development

Oracle APEX is versatile, fast and inspires developers, but what to consider when applications become more demanding and larger?

This webinar is aimed at developers and decision makers who want to learn the most important requirements for APEX apps in order to successfully transform complex Forms applications.

Our speakers Carsten Czarski from Oracle APEX and Andreas Gaede from PITSS will answer these and many other questions:


  • why APEX applications need declarative components 

  • what structure and size your APEX application should have  

  • how service architectures can be easily implemented 

  • why a migration is better than new development

Register now for the webcast “Get your dream application with Oracle APEX”

September 30, 2020, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. EDT

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Your Speakers


Oracle APEX Development Team Member

Working for Oracle Germany since 2001 and member of the Oracle Application Express Development Team since 2016 – Carsten Czarski is the APEXpert par excellence. He is a regular keynote speaker at Oracle and APEX events, an Oracle blog author and is strongly committed to the APEX community.


Technical Director, PITSS

Software visionary, co-founder of PITSS, an expert in simplifying complexity. Andreas Gaede drives pioneering software solutions that have proven themselves thousands of times in modernization projects around the world over the last 20 years – always with an optimum of cost and time at the highest quality.


Global Sales, PITSS

Sacha Sander has been on board since PITSS was founded. He fills the position of Senior Vice President of Global Sales. His customers appreciate him as a competent source of ideas and reliable partner in choosing the right solutions in software modernization.