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· Design Blockchains with Data Privacy in Mind The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) puts new rules and restrictions on companies’ collecting and storing of personal information. How can companies comply? Oracle senior researcher Patrick McLaughlin describes software functionality that automatically recognizes and highlights certain data points as “personal” and then generates a key for encrypting the data before it’s stored.

· Making the Case for Industry 4.0 The recent global tariffs are just one example of how, in this global economy, manufacturing opportunities shift dynamically. For manufacturers to seize opportunities, they need speed and flexibility—which requires a new mindset. It means embracing the blueprint known as Industry 4.0, driven by technology such as cloud computing, ubiquitous connectivity, the Internet of Things, additive (3D) manufacturing, machine learning, and blockchain distributed ledgers. Manufacturers aren’t known for flexibility or fast tech adoption. Here’s how they can embrace both.

· Podcast: Developer Evolution: What's rockin’ roles in IT? The number of software developer jobs will grow 24% through 2026, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts. What’s driving this growth? Innovation. “More than ever,” says Oracle Developer Champion Rolando Carrasco, “institutions, organizations, and governments are keen to generate a new crop of developers that can help them create something new.”

· Is Blockchain Right for You? Oracle’s framework helps companies evaluate this hot technology using six criteria.

· Oracle Blockchain Service for Financial Services Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service is part of a PaaS portfolio delivered by a scalable, distributed transaction processing platform that accelerates revenue, creates new revenue streams, and reduces risk. Watch

· Four Ways Blockchain Can Improve Productivity Developers working on blockchain projects can experience orders of magnitude of productivity gains with an enterprise-grade, cloud-based blockchain platform, as compared with assembling their own. Benefits include performance at scale, plus reliability and availability. And enterprise-grade doesn’t necessarily mean higher cost.

· Four AI Use Cases That Don’t Require a Data Scientist Business and tech leaders worry that their company is missing out on the coming AI revolution because they don’t have the deep tech skills to put it to use. “I tell them that getting real value from AI, and from its related discipline of machine learning, doesn’t have to be that hard,” writes Oracle Cloud Platform’s Siddhartha Agarwal. Learn about AI-driven analytics and three other important use cases that don’t require PhD-level data science.

· Vibrant and Growing: The Current State of API Management. The authors of "Implementing Oracle API Platform Cloud Service” discuss the current state of API management, including architectural implications, API design, and how working in SOA may have left you with some bad habits. Hear the podcast

· Maximizing the Value of Municipal Open Data APIs with Low Code Development Tools. Get a look at a few of the over 750 public data sets provided by the City of New York and learn how anyone can use Cloud-based Low Code tools to easily build powerful data analysis tools. Watch the video

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