Members of the Oracle community have always played a significant role Thomas Erl's SOA, Cloud, and Service Technology Symposium, now in its sixth year. This year is certainly no exception, as more than a dozen community members are among the presenters at this year's event, December 4-5, 2013 in Mexico City.!-->!-->
We just published a new article about using DTrace on Oracle Linux (see below). If you're not already familiar with DTrace on Oracle Linux, you might want to start with these two blogs.
Everyone calls for the definitive ROI of social marketing, and while we can debate if such a beast exists, we should all agree Big Data is the path to it. In fact, if anyone can show me the ROI of marketing in the dark in 2013, please do.
Two of my childhood heroes were Tarzan and Jack LaLanne. Tarzan was an obvious choice: what boy wouldn't want to spend his days bungee jumping through the jungle with his own pack of gorillas? Jack Lalanne had a disturbing habit of wearing stretch pants, but he was so damn fit for an old guy that you couldn't help but be impressed. Especially back then, when nobody knew what a dumb bell was, much less Cross-Fit.
We’ll leave it to you to decide if or how to sneak this in front of them.
If you didn't manage to catch all the news during the proverbial Firehose Down the Throat that is Oracle OpenWorld, you'll enjoy these short recaps from Brad Carlile.
It was another exciting week at OTN! Lots of GREAT content to share. If you had a favorite that you don't see listed let us know in the comment section below.
What do you usually do in your car on the way to work? Sing along to radio? Stream Pandora or iHeartRadio? Talk on the phone? Sit in total silence? Whatever it is you do, you could be using that time to make yourself an expert in any range of topics…using podcasts.