Thursday, September 11, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 11-SEP-2014


From some good general pointers for attendees: This year’s OpenWorld expect 70000 attendees, 10 tips to maximize your conference experience.

From Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support: All Access Pass to Oracle Support.

Pythian is one of our favorite companies here at the Infogram. Here’s their rundown on their Oracle OpenWorld presence.

WebCenter customers, don’t miss this announcement from the Oracle WebCenter blog: Oracle WebCenter & Oracle BPM Customer Appreciation Reception.


From Oracle’s Building Bridges. Connecting realities blog this article: DBA in 5 minutes ! I don’t think you’ll actually want to go for the DBA interview five minutes after reading, but if you’re a sys admin or power user sometimes saddled with DBAish things when the DBA is unavailable this is a good one to print out and stash behind a piece of glass with a little hammer and a sign saying Break Glass to Start Database.


SQL Developer

From that JEFF SMITH, a 30-part series. Here’s a taste: 30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 3: Syntax Highlighting.



Virtualizationinfo let’s us know: Release: Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3.16


From Fusion Applications Developer Relations: Integrating With Fusion Application Using Services (SoapUi - SSL).




UNIX on the Mac

Most Mac users don’t open up the tremendous potential of using their OS—Unix. Here’s a good article from The Terminal.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

Relational Theory Light

The lighter side of relational theory, from John Myles White: The Lesser Known Normal Forms of Database Design

…and Finally

Time to run this set of life hacks again:

35 Genius Life Hacks Everyone Should Know, Especially #18, from the San Francisco Globe.

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