The first time I had a major failure on my Mac Pro, I lost a 1 TB Seagate drive and ten key virtual machines. It taught me to apply the principles from my production life to my private life. Swapping the fault-prone Seagate drives for Hitachi drives, I began the slow process of rebuilding those virtual environments.
So, I'm about to leave UKOUG 2012. I had a good time and learned quite a bit from the smart people gathered in Birmingham ;-)Thank you to those attending my presentation on analytic functions - I hope you learned something from it. If you need to take a closer look, both presentation and scripts can be found here.Birmingham Airport next stop...
Somebody said, I shouldn’t have buried so much information in an answer to a question posed in a comment on a summary blog page. Especially, since it’s obviously a not real contact information. They suggested I put it in a regular blog post, and here it is with as little editing as possible.
The Ron Quizon user provided this sample code and a “What’s wrong with this PL/SQL program?”
That the consulate in Benghazi could have been breached and four Americans, including the Ambassador killed, shows that there were mistakes made. The Obama Administration should investigate, report its results, and then perhaps it might make sense for the Senate to evaluate that report and decide if it should investigate, all on its own.
Instead, Republican Senators have apparently decided that they can make a gigantic mountain of what is likely a molehill: Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice's comments on TV soon after the attack took place.