Thursday, August 6, 2009

Materialized Views, Better ROI, Big Screen Country, APEX, EBS

Materialized Views

Does this seem like a really technical title for an article?

Well, it is, and a very useful one too, for those who want to really know what's going on inside that flavor of materialized views. It's another great posting over at the melliflously named Alberto Dell'Era's Oracle blog.

Oracle's Superior ROI

I'm not much on the toot the corporate horn, look at us, we gotta gold star type postings here at the Infogram, but when someone outside the firewall notices that you can

Big Screen Country

Tom Kyte notes that simplicity is a virtue in screen design, one that seems attainable only outside one's own company. He points to a great cartoon. But how much do you want to bet that the internal apps for the companies with the slick outside interfaces shown look like the crowdathon screen at the bottom?


David Peake is announcing a book that is long overdue (I know I would have loved to have when I was working with clients moving off Forms): Latest APEX Book - Forms Converter


Lots of goodies from the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:

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