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Using Bind Variables

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PL/JSON v0.6.2 Released

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Oracle INFORMATION_SCHEMA

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PL/JSON v0.6 Released to SourceForge

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Use a Pipelined Function to Select Source Code Arguments

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Stupid Database Tricks – Shutdown the server from a stored procedure

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ORA_Tweet Now Does Short URLs

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Calculating Business Days and Business Days Between

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Private vs Public Global Variables

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JSON In (and out) of Oracle – JSON Data Type

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Ora_Tweet – Tweet From Oracle, A PL/SQL Twitter API

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My Introduction

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When WHEN OTHERS is Evil

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Building a PL/SQL Code Parser (using PL/SQL), Part 3

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The Impact of Cloud Computing

Does Cloud Computing Change Anything?

Cloud computing, aka utility computing, aka SaaS, aka PaaS, aka IaaS, etc. is definitely the buzz word du jour (or buzz word 2009).
Cloud computing is pretty much whatever a particular vendor wants it to be as long as it will allow them to be 100% buzz word compliant.
For the sake of this article, let's say that cloud computing is a service based offering that allows dynamic allocation of … Read the rest!

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Building a PL/SQL Code Parser (using PL/SQL), Part 2

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Comment by Enzo on Does Oracle Require a License For a Development Database?

The OTN license specifically says “The programs may be installed on one computer only, and used by one person in the operating environment identified by us.” So if you install Oracle on a server and more than 1 person is using the server to develop, technically you need a license.

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Bind Variables in Postgres Plus Advanced Server

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PL/XML – XML Based Scripting for PL/SQL

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XML in the Database: A Brief Overview

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Oracle Objects, Types and Collections: Part 3

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A Day with Ralph Kimball, Part 2

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