Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 26-JUL-2011


Over at the Weblog on Oracle ADF Mobile blog some insight on Comparing Mobile Application Client Architectures. Just how should a developer deal with the 'latest thing' in computing.


Continuing his excellent postings on Weblogic, James Bayer over at the I am jambay - James Bayer's Blog tells us about how to Create WebLogic Diagnostic Image With Metric Thresholds.


The Aquarium blog lets us know that GlassFish 3.1.1 RC 2 is here


Java magazine hits the street: Java Magazine


Alejandro Vargas' Blog tells us about setting up FTP on Exadata.

..and the FRITS HOOGLAND WEBLOG continues their series on The Oracle Exadata IO Resource Manager Limit Clause, part 2.


Some links to Method-R tools, the performance investigation method created by Cary Millsap and others in the Oak Table continuum.

At Oracle related stuff, some background as the author continues to discuss: Logical I/O - Evolution: Part 2 - 9i, 10g Prefetching.

How we got the '@' sign in email, and some other reminiscences from the not so distant past, though it seem like a hundred years ago programs ran on oiled paper tape through teletypes to the 'mother ship': The @-symbol, part 1 of 2 at Shady Characters The secret life of punctuation.

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