Packt was so kind to send me another book to look at. I've always been curious about testing in general and I was looking for some good stuff to hand to co-workers or otherwise interested people to get started with TestNG.
I put out a tweet the other day with this title and I think its worth elaborating on what I mean. Lots of MDM efforts I see have the goal of 'improve data quality' and this is a mistake. I'm not saying that data quality isn't a good thing but that in itself its not actually a goal.
What do I mean? Well lets take an analogy or three, if you are looking to buy a diamond then do you buy the
Before we can describe all the new features of WebLogic 12.1.3 & 12.1.4 and compare this to the 12.1.2 version we should first take a look at the 10.3.6 version. WebLogic 10.3.6 is still the latest 11g version but Oracle will support 10.3.6 till 2018 and extended support till 2021. So Oracle’s Fusion Apps and we have enough time to migrate to WebLogic 12.1.X. Oracle also promised that the upgrade
One of my recent projects involved automation of account creation in multiple systems, using multiple workflow process. There was a main process which was controlling the rest of the flow. One of the requirements was to give option to admins or the super user to cancel the workflow or process flow at any point of time during their execution.![endif]-->!--[if>![endif]-->!--[if>
I leave Saturday for a speaking tour in central and eastern Europe. I'm talking about cloud computing with systems integrators and IT leaders, and I'm also participating in a few conferences. If you're in the area and interested, I hope to see you there.
The cities and dates are:
There are few things out there in IT more delusional than
the Single Canonical Form, the idea that IT can define a super schema, a schema
so complete, so pure that all will bow down before it. Sheer idolatry. Whether it is for integration or for Data
Warehousing the reality is that a Single schema is never going to be
‘canonical’, different people have different perspective and its this very
With all the scandal around Edward Snowden I have to say I'm mostly in the camp of 'surely everyone knew that spying agencies spied on people?', but the most surprising is when it comes to the 'scandal' that they might be listening to our communications over the internet.
The internet? The one created and originally funded by DARPA? The open internet with the IP protocol that means packets