Thursday, October 24, 2013

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Exalytics Disaster Recovery, from the Exalytics and OBIEE blog.

SQL Developer


From the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog: New Self-Studies on Oracle Rules.


From Arda Eralp's Weblog: ADF Business Components.

Oracle VM

Identity Management

From the Identity Management blog: Two views of Federation: inside out, and outside in.


From the Sylvain Duloutre's Weblog: Using EUSM to manage EUS mappings in OUD.



From the Office of Finance Solutions blog: PeopleSoft 9.2 Financial Management Training – Now Available.

JD Edwards


A lengthy and fascinating article at Atlantic on Douglas Hofstadter: The Man Who Would Teach Machines to Think.

…And Finally

As always, The Onion lightens up a grim situation: New, Improved Obamacare Program Released On 35 Floppy Disks.

Following up on last week's article on causes of death, here's the latest depress unit of measure: Yes, there is such a thing as a "unit" of death, from io9.

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