Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 09-JAN-2013


The definition wars roll on. For some of the salvos from the Oracle side: Larry Ellison Doesn't Get the Cloud: The Dumbest Idea of 2013 by Bob Evans, Senior Vice-President, Communications from the Oracle Cloud Solutions blog.


From Eddie Awad's Tweet stream comes a link to this article by Derek Sivers: Memorizing a programming language using spaced repetition software.

Oracle Retail


What's New in OUM 5.6: Updated Manage Homepage at the Oracle Unified Method blog.

Mobile Computing

How to soul search before diving in: Questions to Consider Before Starting a Mobile Project at the Oracle Fusion Middleware blog.


The Recovery Area: Why it is recommended, at The Oracle Instructor.


At Oracle Scratchpad, Analysing Statspack 13.


Custom authentication in APEX at All things ORACLE.


In a related area: Wim Coekaerts Blog fills us in on establishing an OCFS2 global heartbeat.


From Oracle-Base: Linux DNS Configuration.


At the curiously (and well) named Qualogy: WLST CHANGE SCRIPT TO SOA COMMON, BPEL AN BPMN PROPERTIES.


At Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog, LOV for Editable Primary Key in ADF Table Problem.


At Oracle BI By Bakboord, Oracle Business Intelligence Applications GA on OTN.

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