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Vincent Deelen
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Care to participate in research on crowdsourced software development? Looking for js developers.

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Vincent Deelen commented on a post on Blogger.
Hi,
there are a number of ways to set the size of an iframe. Here I used jQueryUI to create a dialog, which you can hand height and width properties:
$('#iframeContainer').append(frame)
$('#parameterFrame').dialog({ modal:true
                            , height:400 })
Please check the jQueryUI api reference, there you can find how to use the height and width method of the dialog: http://api.jqueryui.com/dialog/

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Vincent
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Indeed. Very promising. Some of the Kscope14 sessions on Apex have been broadcasted on livestream. You can still watch them here: https://new.livestream.com/ODTUG?utm_source=contactology&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Kscope14LiveStream 
Hi All,

Oracle APEX 5 is looking really good. Check this over at Roel's blog.
Kscope is awesome ....
Kscope is awesome ....
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APEX 5.0 Early Adapter 2
APEX 5.0 Early Adapter 2
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Remembering, as an Extreme Sport

"The last match of the tournament had all the elements of a classic showdown, pitting style versus stealth, quickness versus deliberation, and the world’s foremost card virtuoso against its premier numbers wizard.

If not quite Ali-Frazier or Williams-Sharapova, the duel was all the audience of about 100 could ask for. They had come to the first Extreme Memory Tournament, or XMT, to see a fast-paced, digitally enhanced memory contest, and that’s what they got.

The contest, an unusual collaboration between industry and academic scientists, featured one-minute matches between 16 world-class “memory athletes” from all over the world as they met in a World Cup-like elimination format. The grand prize was $20,000; the potential scientific payoff was large, too."
Remembering, as an Extreme Sport
Remembering, as an Extreme Sport
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