Yesterday Ulf Wendel created great blog post with deep analysis of JSON UDF functions which I presented at MySQL Connect at September, 21.
Ulf found few bugs in these functions, I reported them all at bugs.mysql.com. You can find numbers in my comment to his blog post. But he also raised concerns, which can not be considered pure bugs, rather feature requests, or even design especiallities.
A question just came up about how to run multiple developers from a single software install. The objective is to have a single software installation on a shared server and then provide different OS users with the ability to create their own domains. This is not a supported configuration but it is attractive for a development environment.
For those who did go to Openworld, the session catalog now has the download links to the session materials online. You can now refresh your memory and share your experience with the rest of your organization. For those who did not go, here is your chance to look over some of the materials.
On the big data side, here are some of the highlights:
By Java Evangelist Bruno Borges:
The JavaOne 2013 opening video is available on YouTube/Java channel now.
It is a great story of how Java is improving our lives, and how the world is getting connected.
It is a fascinating motivational story, and I'm sure even non-Java developers will feel touched by the message here.
Feel free to share this video with others and Make the Future Java!
Oracle is pleased to announce that all candidates will now receive access to an electronic version of their Oracle Certification credential - an Oracle eCertificate - upon completion of all certification requirements. As a candidate, you can now download and print your Certificate and begin displaying your earned credential right away.
By Gozel Aamoth, Oracle Applications User Experience
This year, the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) has created separate conferences for the applications and technology communities. UKOUG Apps13 is the must-attend event for users of Oracle Applications in the United Kingdom.
Oracle Team USA’s performance in the 34th America’s Cup represents the greatest come-from-behind victory in organized sports in modern history. With all due praise to the Team USA sailors and their world-class athleticism, the Cup was also a victory for Oracle technology.
To see why, let’s take a quick look at what Oracle Team USA’s AC72 was packing.