Thursday, February 27, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 27-FEB-2014


Oracle on Solaris


From Proactive Support - Identity Management: Sustaining Engineer Release Announcment OIM Bundle Patches Released.


From the Java Platform Group, Product Management blog: Managing multiple Java versions.


Cloud Computing

You want documentation? Yah, we got that: Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service.

Mobile Computing

Oracle Joins Mobile Security from The VAR Guy.

Coding Oracle

From that JEFF SMITH: How to Start the PL/SQL Debugger.

Oracle VirtualBox

JD Edwards White Paper

Business Computing

Business Analytics

Oracle runs a question of the week survey. Here's the one for this week: Do you feel that data security concerns in the cloud are diminishing?

Public Sector Roundtable

Oracle is presenting a roundtable called Empower the Enterprise. Technology Your Way.


A discussion on Ray Kurweil, Google, and the future of the seen through robotic eyes: Are the robots about to rise? Google's new director of engineering thinks so… at The Guardian.

And speaking of the future, this time the near future, here are some Tech Predictions for the Year of the Horse from ...and they shall know me by my speling errors.


I’m a big fan of Safari books. Here’s a new one making a splash in tech circles: Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development – Made Simple Second Edition.

...And Finally

How to write boffo copy and presentations: 12 Writing Exercises That Will Transform Your Copy Today. (Hint, don't actually use the term 'boffo' in your presentations).

From TOXEL.COM: Ads vs Real Fast Food. Looks to me like McDonalds did the best on this.

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