Thursday, July 11, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 12-JUL-2013



From Jonathan Lewis’ Oracle Scratchpad: 12c First N. Some wisdom on Top N in 12c.

And an update from Tom Kyte: 12c - Implicit Result Sets...

SQL Developer

New release of SQL Developer: Oracle SQL Developer 4.0 (


Mary Ann Davidson, Oracle’s Chief Security Officer, discusses: Q&A: Oracle CSO Mary Ann Davidson on Meeting Tomorrow's Security Threats.


From Oracle Technology Network's Blog: Upcoming Virtual Events From Oracle Technology Network.




From the same blog:

And from JDeveloper PMs Blog


From the Oracle Primavera Analytics Blog: Slowly Changing Dimensions (Type 2) and Historical Facts-Part 2.

Data Integration

ODI - Loading MongoDB (API as Target) from Oracle’s Data Integration blog.

…And Finally

Technology marches on. This could end up to be a biggie: Solar-power materials head in a new direction: thinner, from Kurzweil

Some presentation wisdom from Lifehacker: How Can I Make My PowerPoint Presentations Amazing?

And this really neat link I found in Gwen (Chen) Shapira tweet stream which turns a microwave halfway into being a replicator (I don’t know why I like replicators so much. Lazy I guess): Raspberry Pi Microwave at the Made by Nathan blog.

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