Thursday, January 3, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 03-JAN-2013

Happy New Year!

It’s the end of the year, and the start of the year, and thus time for the ‘best of’, ‘ten best’ and perhaps even ’12 best’ articles for the zodiacally minded. Here are a few choice samples:

At The Oracle Instructor: Top 10 postings in 2012.

At Oracle Technology Network's Blog: Top 10 OTN Tech Articles for 2012.

At The Java Source: Top 10 Java Stories of 2012.


Eddie Awad brings us this valuable insight on problems using SQL Developer 3.2 to manage APEX Listener settings: SQL Developer/APEX Listener Bug and The Power of Social Networking in Action.


Security from 30,000 feet linked from the Identity Management blog: Partner Blog Series: Deloitte Talks Part 1: Mobile Security - An Enterprise View.






At Wim Coekaerts Blog: dm nfs.

Data Mining

Kyle Hailey tweeted this link to a great free book on data mining from Cambridge: Mining of Massive Datasets.


Like Middle Earth, Middleware has lots of components working together and often chasing one another around and hitting one another over the head. That’s when Support is needed. This week I was researching a customer’s problem and came across this useful blog entry from a few years back: Security Policy Worked Example, at Gerard Davison's Blog.


From The Oracle ADF Mobile Blog: ADF Mobile Configuration Service Usage.

…And Finally

We’re all textile workers and someone just invented the steam engine and automated loom, it seems. As I’ve written before, the increasing sophistication and decreasing cost of artificial intelligence is soon going to make the jump from games and search engines into doctor’s offices and customer support lines. This article at Wired gives us some insights in the latest in robots, one half of the AI equation: Better Than Human

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