Thursday, May 1, 2014

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SQL Developer

From our favorite source of SQL Developer lore, that JEFF SMITH: Oracle SQL Developer’s Best Kept Secret: Reports.


An Exadata oldie but goodie from DBA Kevlar: Exadata Optimization Tips.



Okay, we all knew this in our heart of hearts, but Lifehacker finally wrote out the words: All Code Is Bad, So Don't Stress If Yours Sucks.

Oracle Support

Don't forget to check in on Chris Warticki's excellent #Oracle News, Info and Support site from time to time!


From ArchBeat: Podcast Show Notes: SOA and Cloud - Where's This Relationship Going?


From the Commerce Anywhere Blog: Personalization for Retail.



From the Brendan Tierney - Oralytics Blog: Oracle Text and Oracle Data Miner.



Free Stuff

...and Finally

Archaeologist Could Have Discovered the Tomb of Alexander the Great, from World News Daily. If this proves true (and they already found his father's tomb, so I think they actually have DNA to work with), this could be a huge discovery. Of course the folks at the archaeology museum in Istanbul where I saw the 'sarcophagus of Alexander the Great' may find it a bit unsettling.

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