Thursday, January 23, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 23-JAN-2014




Over at Oracle Scratchpad this week some invaluable steps on Optimization. I've always preferred setting Tom Kyte's famous 'MAKE_DATABASE_RUN_FASTER' parameter. But this article is the next best thing.


MySQL Workbench 6.1.1 BETA has been released, from the MySQL Workbench blog.



Web Programming


From The Java Source: Java Magazine: Big Data.


Don't know how I missed the NETBEANS ZONE before, but here are a couple of nice links from there:


From (YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express, Happy Birthday, Oracle Application Express!


Oracle BI Mobile HD Now Available, from the Business Analytics - Proactive Support blog.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

Oracle User Groups

Did you know about the IOUC (International Oracle User Group Community of Leaders)? I didn't until someone pointed out the Indian chapters.


Want to be famous and as Homer Simpson puts it 'rich as astronauts'? write for OTN! This article at ArchBeat discusses it: Hot Topics for the OTN Article You're Going to Write

...And Finally

And so, like Monty Python confronted with Camelot, some scientists have concluded  it's only a  model! Is this life real?, from Aeon Magazine.

Will Oculus Bring Immersive Virtual Reality to Consumers for $300 in 2014? from Singularity Hub. I'm hoping so since I'll be on the line to buy one as soon as they come out.

Last but certainly not least: From Quanta Magazine: A New Physics Theory of Life.

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