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September/October 2011       

Features

Servers on the Cutting Edge

Organizations deploy x86 blade servers from Oracle to reduce costs and sharpen business services.

Features

Bridging the Integration Gap

Organizations eliminate data integration bottlenecks and keep information in sync with Oracle data integration solutions.

Features

Engineered for Innovation

Oracle OpenWorld returns to San Francisco, October 2-6.

Features

IT Innovation

Servers on the Cutting Edge

Organizations deploy x86 blade servers from Oracle to reduce costs and sharpen business services.

IT Innovation

Bridging the Integration Gap

Organizations eliminate data integration bottlenecks and keep information in sync with Oracle data integration solutions.

IT Innovation

Engineered for Innovation

Oracle OpenWorld returns to San Francisco, October 2-6.

IT Innovation

Moving Java Forward

JavaOne hits the streets of San Francisco, October 2–6.

Technology

Database Developer

On Caching and Evangelizing SQL

Our technologist caches scalar subqueries, votes for SQL, and recommends technology and community.

Database Developer

Get Your Information in Order

Part 1 in a series on the basics of the relational database and SQL

Database Developer

Working with Strings

Part 3 in a series of articles on understanding and using PL/SQL

IT Innovation

Troubleshooting Internal Errors

A guide to assessing and resolving ORA-600 and ORA-7445 errors

Application Developer

All Aboard

Build train models for navigation in bounded task flows.

.net

Distinctive Database Development

Use Entity Framework with Oracle Data Provider for .NET.

Community

Architect

Getting Schooled

Education, training, and experience are stepping stones to a career as a software architect.

Peer to Peer

In with the New

Rave reviews for virtualization, Oracle Exadata, and the 'Twittersphere'

IT Innovation

Global Explorer

OAUG President Mark Clark wants to expand the organization's reach beyond North America.

Up Front

From the Editor

What’s Wrong and What’s Missing

What's wrong and send us your corrections and your ideas--beginner, advanced, and more.

Interview

Storing the Information Explosion

How Oracle's flash, disk, and tape storage technologies help IT shops handle today's unique storage challenges

Comment

In the Field

Education Insurance

Stay current, and stay employed: five easy ways for technologists to update their skill sets.

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