Gladly I would like to announce that Packt publishing has arranged a GiveAway contest for “Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide” especially and exclusively for the readers. It’s easy to participate and walk away with your copy.
TIOBE tracks the "popularity" of programming languages.
The topic of WebSockets came up today, and it seems a good idea to qualify WebSockets in the blog beyond simply pointing folks to Kaazing. HTML5’s WebSockets are a great fix for the half-duplex world of AJAX. They certainly have the potential to be more scalable than current Comet solutions, and present a real-time communication alternative.
You will find below the rankings for the Q1 2012 playoff; the number next to the
player's name is the number of times that player has participated in a playoff.
Congratulations first and foremost to our top-ranked players:
I finally got around to cleaning up old contact me messages. One of the messages raises a question about RESULT_CACHE functions. The writer wanted an example implementing both a standalone schema and package RESULT_CACHE function.
Life’s interesting, and as they say, “Things always change.” While there’s a great debate about the future of books and their usefulness in certain formats, there’s also a discussion about whether they should be free, cheap or pricey?