Thursday, July 24, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 24-JUL-2014


Another great issue of the Log Bugger: Log Buffer #380, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs, from Pythian.

SQL Developer


From Capgemini’s Capping IT Off blog: Using R and Oracle Exadata.


From Maximum Availability Architecture: Oracle GoldenGate Active-Active Part 2.


A nice step by step Java Keystore Tutorial from Java Code Geeks.



An introduction to the new User Interface Text feature, from the Fusion Applications Developer Relations blog.


From Aman Sharma’s blog: Say Hello To Oracle Linux 7.0….

Data Science

From Data Science Central: Data Science Cheat Sheet.

Deep Learning


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

From Oracle E-Business Suite Technology

…and Finally

From Diply, 24 Genius Life Hacks Everyone Needs To Know Right Now. I started using the one on avocados yesterday.

From Techcrunch a new kind of online language test: Duolingo Launches Its Certification Program To Take On TOEFL.

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