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Using Bind Variables

Oracle DBMS_SCHEDULER Part 3 – Job Chains

Oracle DBMS_SCHEDULER Part 2 – The API

OCFS – Oracle Cloud File System

Oracle DBMS_SCHEDULER Part 1–The Basics

Hilarious Ad/Post Collision

So a Data Architect and a Biz Guy walk into a bar.

BG: What’s a data architect?

DA: Well, a company is like a big hill and the business people are at the bottom of the hill. Data starts at the top. It looks and smells a lot like poop. As a matter of a fact, I’ll call it poop.

BG: That’s kind of disgusting and probably irrelevant.

DA: No, stick with me (like poop). I’ll get to the point soon.

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Parallel Operations in Oracle 11g

A few good posts for MySQL and Postgres

Agility and Analysis

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-13

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Yahoo, you are dead to me.

We’ve had problems with that!

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-15

Stupid Proc Tricks -The Weird and Wonderful Overload

When overloading a procedure or function it is the calling parameters that make the difference. The return type does not make a difference as far as the ability to overload. Generally, when talking about overloaded procedures, you will hear or read something like “You must change at least one of the parameter data types to overload it.” But that’s not really true.

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