Thursday, January 8, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 08-JAN-2015


SQL Developer




From Dimitri Gielis Blog (Oracle Application Express - APEX): Generating sample data for your APEX application.




Business Analytics

From Business Analytics - Proactive Support:




From Oracle E-Business Suite Technology:

Of Particular Importance:

From Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

…And Finally

Best of 2014: Communication Charts Help You Negotiate In Different Cultures, from PSFK. A lot of the charts look like artillery shells and hand grenades. I wonder if that indicates something about the nature of human negotiation overall? 

From Quanta magazine: A New Physics Theory of Life. Could be the biggest thing in biology since sliced bread (biologists love sandwiches), or…could be a big yawner if it doesn't pan out.

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