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Top 10 OTN Tech Articles for 2012

Bob Rhubart
Community Manager, Oracle Groundbreakers Team

It takes a special kind of IT pro to risk additional carpal tunnel damage to pound out a technical article after spending the day wrestling with a keyboard in dealing with other duties. That kind of dedication is noteworthy, even more so if people actually take the time to read the resulting article. So if you know any of the authors listed below, skip the handshake and give them a congratulatory slap on the back for all that time spent torturing their tendons. Their hard work has earned a place on this list of  the Top 10 most popular OTN articles published in 2012. 

  1. Getting Started with Java SE Embedded on the Raspberry Pi

    by Bill Courington and Gary Collins
  2. How Dell Migrated from SUSE Linux to Oracle Linux

    by Jon Senger, Aik Zu Shyong, and Suzanne Zorn
  3. Exploring Oracle SQL Developer

    by Przemyslaw Piotrowski
  4. Getting Started with Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2

    by Lenz Grimmer
  5. How to Get Started (FAST!) with JavaFX 2 and Scene Builder

    by Mark Heckler
  6. How to Use Oracle VM VirtualBox Templates

    by Yuli Vasiliev
  7. How to Update Oracle Solaris 11 Systems From Oracle Support Repositories

    by Glynn Foster
  8. Tips for Hardening an Oracle Linux Server

    by Lenz Grimmer and James Morris
  9. How To Configure Browser-based SSO with Kerberos/SPNEGO and Oracle WebLogic Server

    by Abhijit Patil
  10. How to Create a Local Yum Repository for Oracle Linux

    by Jared Greenwald

Of course, OTN has a great many articles covering a broad range of topics of interest to Java developers, DBAs, sysadmins, solution architects, and everybody else who works keeping the IT world running. You'll find them here. If you have suggestions for topics or technologies you'd like to see covered, please let us know.

And if you have insight and expertise to share, why not write your own article? Click here to learn how to get published on OTN.

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