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June 25

18:00 UTC   Start Times Around the World


From Low-code to Core-dev, Building Apps to Make Sense of the Data
There’s more than one approach to creating apps these days – knowing the options and how to choose one is critical. Low-code frameworks take a top-down approach, which can reduce complexity and development time significantly. On the other hand, core-dev frameworks are a better choice when control over every aspect of an app is essential. In this session, attendees will be introduced to a low-code framework (APEX) and a core-dev one (JET) to see how the approaches and results differ.

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Marc Sewtz
Marc Sewtz, Director of Software Development    
Marc Sewtz is a Senior Software Development Manager at Oracle Corporation in New York City. With over 20 years of industry experience, Marc held roles in Consulting, Sales and Product Development. Today he manages a global team of Software Developers and Product Managers working on the development of Oracle Application Express (APEX), Oracle's premier Low Code development platform for building responsive applications on Oracle Database. Marc frequently presents at international conferences, such as Oracle Open World, ODTUG Kscope, UKOUG, DOAG, APEX Connect, and Oracle Code. Marc has a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Applied Sciences in Wedel, Germany.
Duncan Mills
Duncan Mills, Architect    
Duncan is a UI technologies architect within the Oracle Development Tools group working on JavaScript UIs and Web Component standards, tooling and distribution. He has been working with Oracle technology for almost 30 years and as a result retains a depressingly large catalogue of facts about some really obscure Oracle products