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Guest Lecture – Oracle Apex – Digvijaysinh Virpura – 18th February 2015 – Corporate Resource Cell

Mr. Digvijaysinh Virpura, Assistant Professor, N.V. Patel College, Anand was the respected guest speaker for the guest lecture on the topic Oracle Apex for students of B. Tech (CSE), Diploma (CS/IT), B.sc (CS) & MCA organized by the Corporate Resource Cell at Rai University, Ahmedabad.
 
Mr. Digvijaysinh Virpura has an experience exceeding five years in teaching students pursuing career interests in Computer Studies. He is a Certified Programmer of Core Java from APTECH Computer Education at Surat in October-2007. He also has a grip on Oracle Modules like Oracle Database SQL, Oracle Database 10g: Program with PL/SQL. His areas of expertise include Linux, Oracle, Advance Networking and JAVA.
 
The first topic was a career guidance session on the importance of Oracle Certification and brief knowledge of the various modules that can be completed in Oracle. Some interesting examples were provided by the speaker with respect to Online Student Registration Programs and Forms and Report Generation in modern day organizations. However the Live Demos and Step-wise use of Apex stole the limelight of the session.
 
The session was brought to the curtains by the speaker after providing some initial information got straight to business and discussed in detail regarding Oracle Apex; What it is, how it is to be installed, its modus operandi (how to use properly) and how to make an application. The speaker also covered various programming topics like Introduction of Oracle, Architecture of Apex and different version of Apex. The students got to learn a fresh perspective on career planning as a Computer Science professional and got a fresh purview towards a career as an Oracle and Apex programmer. The speaker also lucidly highlighted the difference between Oracle Program current and past version and regarding some advanced versions and modules.
 

Mr. Digvijaysinh Virpura resolving a student query during the Question and Answer Session.

Lively interaction and active participation from students while answering the speaker’s questions.