Patrick Cimolini

Oracle APEX Developer


Author of
“Agile Oracle Application Express”

Patrick Cimolini is a 30+ year IT professional who reaches project goals by understanding and leveraging the relationship between people, procedures and technology.
Formal training in engineering, business administration and project management are complemented by experience and excellent interpersonal skills.

Patrick’s current specialties are Oracle APEX development services project management.

Current Software Tools

Oracle Application Express (APEX)
Oracle Relational Database
Various web and scripting tools (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.)


Agile Oracle Application Express (lead author), Apress, 2012 Beginning Oracle Application Express 4 (co-author), Apress, 2011

Recent Presentations

Oracle Open World 2011
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) MSOffice
Oracle Development Tools User Group (ODTUG) Kscope Conferences.


Professional Engineer (P.Eng.)
Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA), Canada.

Project Management Professional (PMP)
Project Management Institute (PMI), Penn., USA

Job History

Current:   Oracle APEX Developer and Trainer.   Project Manager
Senior consultant/contractor providing project management and development services for Oracle Application Express projects.

2001-2009 Applications Project Manager
Cayman Islands Government, Computer Services Department
Lead an IT team that built and maintained office automation systems using Oracle Application Express (APEX), Visual Basic, and MS Office products.
One of the team’s major achievements was successfully meeting a politically sensitive and government legislated deadline when it designed,
built and installed the Cayman Islands Government�s Freedom of Information Tracking and Workflow System. The team was picked for this sensitive project because of its successful track record.

2000-2001 Team Lead
EDS, Victoria BC, Canada.
Supervised a team that built a Visual Basic 6.0 GUI running on a CITRIX server and an Oracle database for a multi-million dollar elections system for a Canadian provincial government.