Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 09-MAY-2012


Over at Scott Spendolini's Blog there's a great posting this week on APEX UI Lessons.

RDBMS and Performance

It looks like Tanel Poder has a new name for his blog, the quality seems just as high as ever, as demonstrated by Oradebug hanganalyze with a prelim connection and “ERROR: Can not perform hang analysis dump without a process state object and a session state object.” at TANEL PODER'S BLOG: IT & MOBILE FOR GEEKS AND PROS.

Also from Tanel was a Twittered tip that not only is Tom Kyte tweeting now, but is also offering one of his books for free in e-book form: FREE! Expert Oracle Database Architecture, 2nd Edition.

Consider this summation from the intro. Pure gold: 

• An application built around the database—dependent on the database—will succeed or fail based on how it uses the database. As a corollary to this—all applications are built around databases; I can't think of a single useful application that doesn't store data persistently somewhere. 

• Applications come, applications go. The data, however, lives forever. It is not about building applications; it really is about the data underneath these applications.  

• A development team needs at its heart a core of database-savvy coders who are responsible for ensuring the database logic is sound and the system is built to perform from day one. Tuning after the fact—tuning after deployment—means you did not build it that way.  

This week Eddie Awad's Blog has some good posts in the 8 Interesting Things You May Have Missed This Week

And if all this socialization is just too much for you, take advantage of some of the 13 Ways to Create a Cringeworthy Social Media Presence and lose some of those pesky followers, an article he pointed to in his tweet stream.


Dana Singleterry's Weblog lets us know about Oracle ADF Developer - A bimonthly newsletter for developers interested in or using the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF).

Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog discusses the alternatives: To ADF or to OAF? or Can I use ADF with Oracle E-Business Suite?

And if you do go with OAF after all, here is an OAF Developer Guide over at the Welcome to My Oracle World blog.

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