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This week I attended Berlin Buzzwords Conference 2010, a two-day event aimed at software developers. The conference offered two tracks, one on search and the other one on NoSQL systems. Typical attendees seemed to be MacBook-wielding, twittering lifestyle geeks, often … Continue reading
I’ve been reading up on distributed systems again. For quite a while, my monthly copy of CACM has been my only connection to computer science topics. This time, I followed a few references and came across interesting concepts (most of … Continue reading
In the previous posting I gave an example on how to create an HTML report using Oracle’s sqlplus tool. This time, we’ll extend this example to demonstrate more of sqlplus’ features.