Thursday, January 30, 2014

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SQL Developer

From the Grumpy old DBA blog (dang I wish I'd thought up that title): Two great SQL Developer presentations by Jeff Smith at NEOOUGJanuary 2014 meeting.

Big Data

From Brendan Tierney - Oralytics Blog: Oracle BigDataLite 2.4.1 is available to download.


Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Time: 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET


Virtual Machine Computing


It remains to be demonstrated, but this certainly sounds like a cool idea. Rather like changing shield frequencies in Star Trek: ShapeShifter Will Morph A Website’s Code To Deflect Malware Attacks



From the mysteriously named tl;dr: Managed JAX-RS Client.

Agile PLM

From Agile PLM: Enterprise PLM for the Product Value Chain: The Biggest Agile Installation Mistake Has Nothing to Do With Agile.


Another installment of Tuxedo Tidbits series on HA: High Availability Part 5.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:



From the Enterprise Performance Management Blog: Scorecards in the Wild West?


This is just a great piece of fun: Regular expression crossword puzzle.

...And Finally

Okay, I know this article title sounds like a spam message, but this posting from lifehacker actually looks pretty handy: How to Monitor Your Own Credit, For Free, Forever.

This little item is the tip of a HUGE technical iceberg in the not too distant future, combined with virtual reality: 'Wearable' book allows reader to feel emotions of characters, from The Telegraph.

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