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March 07

15:00 UTC   Start Times Around the World


APEX Social Login
Watch Marc Sewtz and Christian Neumueller from the APEX Development Team as they discuss using Social Login with APEX.

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Video Highlights:
[2:50] Links
[5:30] Authentication
[12:15] OAuth 2.0
[23:10] Google Login
[31:20] Facebook Login
[36:50] LinkedIn Login
[43:00] Authorization
[48:00] Q & A

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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.
David Peake
David Peake, Senior Principal Product Manager - Application Express    
David joined Oracle in 1993. He spent the first 13 years within Oracle Consulting in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. In 2006, he joined the Product Development team as the Oracle Application Express (APEX) Product Manager. He presents at many conferences around the world including Oracle Openworld, ODTUG KScope, OGh APEX World, DOAG and UKOUG.
Christian Neumueller APEX
Christian Neumueller APEX, Principal Member of Technical Staff
Application Express development team member. Focus areas include security, performance, installation, diagnosability, and PL/SQL APIs.