Tuesday, February 5, 2008

YAW2.0A, 11g, RSS for Oracle Podcasts

YAW2.oA (Yet Another Web 2.0 Application)

Get all settled in Oracle Mix? Good! Now it's time to join Oracle Community, another place to network about Oracle. I was going to title this entry Yet Another Web Networking 2.0 Application, but I don't think anyone wants to follow a link labelled YAWN 2.0A.


Speaking of Web 2.0, this page has an RSS feed available for Oracle podcasts.


Many of our customers are testing 11g. You can find a list of articles on 11g here, and several of them have been updated recently, such as the one on SecureFiles.

And at the Systems Engineering and RDBMS blog we have a nice succinct article on Encrypted Tablespaces in 11g.

Also in the widening realm of 11 is this article at the Oracle Developer.net Blog on pl/sql function result cache in 11g.

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