Thursday, December 13, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 13-DEC-2012


The latest issue of the Database Insider Edition is out: Oracle Information In Depth.

Mobile Computing and Development

A free video tutorial at Skillbuilders: Zen and the Art of Mobile Development.



At the Secure Government blog (intriguing blog title, somewhat reminiscent of 'jumbo shrimp' if you remember that George Carlin routine, but that's just my personal bit of pessimism): Protecting Consolidated Data on Engineered Systems.


From The Java Source: Java SE Updates.



Why C++ Is Not “Back at Making the Complex Simple.


At the Oracle WebCenter & ADF Architecture Team (A-Team) blog: Understanding the JSF Lifecycle and ADF Optimized Lifecycle.


At SOA Proactive Support: RDA Health Checks for SOA.

…And Finally

Continuing the theme of 3D printing that we’ve linked to before is this detailed article at TNW: Behind the rise of the 3D printing revolution.

Looking to a different part of the near future:
Good news: According to Fortune Tech, Technology will replace 80% of what doctors do.
Bad news? The robots and computers will still make you wait in a big room full of bored anxious people and old magazines for a diagnosis. It's tradition.

Time for your editor to wax a bit philosophical: All is slightly imperfect. It is imperfection that prevents the deadly stasis of perfection. Supersymmetry: is it really too good not to be true? at the Guardian.

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