Thursday, November 21, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 21-NOV-2013


Jonathan Lewis pointed out this interesting article on conversions at SQLfail: When is SYSDATE != SYSDATE?

Another angle on relational systems vs. hierarchical/object oriented is this article from Sarah Mei: Why You Should Never Use MongoDB.

Test Cases

Making a test case can be a challenge, and usually comes along just when everyone is breathing down your neck. Good posting on Oracle 11g SQL Test Case Builder(原创) from CzmMiao的博客生活.


The Hotsos Symposium 2014 will be held March 2-6, 2014 in Irving, TX. This is always one of the best, if not the best performance conferences for Oracle professionals. 



SOA Proactive Support brings us: Scripted SOA Diagnostic Dumps for PS6 (




Oracle Linux


From Ronald Bradford, the MySQL Expert blog: What SQL is running MySQL.

Federal Customers

Coming up on 20-NOV-2013: Oracle 7th Annual Federal Forum.

….And Finally

A recent study showed that occasional distractions in the course of the work day are actually good for staying sharp and focused when you are working. Well here is the mother lode of distractions, a site consisting totally of those silly but engaging lists you see at the bottom of various website pages.

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