Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 27-NOV-2013


Top Reasons You Need A User Engagement Platform, from the Oracle WebCenter Blog.



Oracle Database 12c is available for download now! we are informed by Upgrade you Database - NOW!



Automate RAC Cluster Upgrades using EM12c, form the Oracle Enterprise Manager blog.


From Eddie Awad's tweet feed: Accessing SSL encrypted websites using UTL_HTTP and ORAPKI command line utility, at the iAdvise blog.



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. We have a a discount code for Oracle Priority Service customers that will get you $250 off on the symposium: 14BSYMRK.


At the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:


How-To: AutoVue Bug Status Tracking & EmailNotifications, from Oracle's AutoVue Enterprise Visualization Blog.

AI/Cognitive Computing

The Big Picture

From Building Real Software, some thoughts on: Technical Debt - How much is it Really Costing you?

...And Finally

Well, first it was checkers, then chess, now that most ancient and sophisticated of all human games has fallen to the computers: Superfast rock-paper-scissors robot 'wins' every time, from the BBC.

Not satisfied with the grand experiment of having our living space roiling with RF signals from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and intelligent devices keeping up on the latest device news through the airwaves (“toothbrush still charging? Check! Refrigerator making ice? Check!), now comes a kind of hyper-fast strobe light that actually transmits data: What's the Deal with Li-Fi (Light-Bulb-Based Wireless Hotspots)?

CHEFS, GUITAR HEROES, EVEN DOCTORS NOW ON DEMAND WITH GOOGLE HELPOUTS, over at the Singularity Hub. This is a very intriguing trend. This is a kind of souped-up CraigsList of services. 

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