CEOs have a big challenge on their hands. Many are trying to handle the urgent demands of customer service with core business process that are often 15 or even 20 years old. "It's the equivalent of taking a tricycle to a Formula One race," says Mark Hurd in his most recent LinkedIn Influencer blog. With modern technology empowering consumers, CEOs need to future-proof their companies by focusing on the customer.
Last week Oracle TEAM USA won the 34th America's Cup with the greatest come-from-behind victory in organized sports -- ever. World-class athleticism at its finest paired with Oracle technology excellence. Oracle database on Exadata provided crucial information the team needed to win, combing through more than 80Gb of performance metadata each day to help the boat get faster.
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When you're switching from one IDE to another, you'll sometimes find that similar features have been implemented differently. So too the Eclipse Problems View, which has its NetBeans equivalent in the NetBeans Action Items Window. Kind of nice that what is seen as a "problem" in Eclipse is, more positively, seen as an "action item" in NetBeans. :-)
Go to Window | Action Items or press Ctrl-6 to see the above window.
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