Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 17-JUL-2012


The recent data breach at Yahoo was another reminder that we need to keep our guard up and be creative about our passwords to keep ahead of the bad guys. There’s an article on it at c|net: Yahoo breach: Swiped passwords by the numbers


New Stuff

Brand new Oracle Tuxedo 12c in a posting at Tuxedo Tidbits.


The Oracle Scratchpad explores the exotic world of ANSI SQL: ANSI Outer 2.


At A Wider View, Hard Parsing is Bad! ...But How Bad? And Craig Shallahamer proceeds to show us. In Technicolor, even.


Live Webcast: Reducing Database Testing Efforts While Maximizing ROI coming up on August 8th.


And from MacLochlainns Weblog: PHP for MySQL Striped View.

Take the Survey

Oracle and Intel are sponsoring a survey on database management.


The ORAERP blog had an interesting post to offer: E-Business Suite 12.2 – Online Patching Cycle.

...And Finally

Which got me thinking about how that relates to ancient Chinese metaphysics, for instance the tree form of Yi Jing figures shown here.

And of some hints at how a tree can be transformed into an interconnected net based on the works of the great Chinese scholar Shao Yong.

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