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June 2018

The Priority 600 Pinion Gearbox Bike

My friends at Priority Bicycles have released a new model bicycle with a German-made gearbox that is sealed against the elements and is centered on the bike for optimal weight distribution. While it's the gearbox that is the marquee feature on this new bike, it is the wide tires that fire my soul. I want to share where those tires can take you.

The simplest things….can be risky

Java and Oracle expert Lukas Eder tweeted yesterday about a potential optimization that could be done when reviewing database SQL code.

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Oracle Can Generate 6 Password Hashes When a User is Added or Password Changed in 12.1.0.2 and Above

In a 12.2.0.2 database it's possible that Oracle generates 6 different password hashes for one password for one user under certain circumstances when a password is changed or created (user is created). I will layout the 6 different ones first....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 13/06/18 At 09:02 PM

#Exasol’s annual conference in Berlin #XP18

We have had our annual conference Xperience in Berlin again – it was an amazing event with a packed agenda full of customer success stories and technical news. This year at the Umspannwerk.

VMware Hands On Labs

Introduction

In a previous post, I covered the VMware Experts Program. When I was attending the Program, one of the things Don Sullivan mentioned was the VMware Hands On Labs (HOL). I hadn’t had a chance to explore those before, so I was interested to see what they were like.

The Journey Begins- Power BI and AI

I’m back!!  I know you missed my posts…be honest…. </p />
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OUG Scotland – Why to Come & Survival Guide

The UKOUG’s Scottish conference is on the 21st June in the centre of Edinburgh, at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, not far from Edinburgh Castle in the centre of the city.

First Day at Microsoft, the Satya Way

So I’ve finally crawled my way back out of the hole I dug myself in this last month.  The house is empty, the 5th wheel is ready for us to move into and I’m now in Redmond, doing my NEO, (New Employee Orientation.)

I swear this is all I see in my head every time I hear “NEO” </p />
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Introducing SQLdb360: merging eDB360 and SQLd360, while rising the bar to community engagement

Today, we are very happy to release SQLdb360, a new tool that merges together eDB360 and SQLd360, under a single package

Tools eDB360 and SQLd360 can still be used independently, but now there is only one package to download and keep updated. All the new features and updates to both tools are now in that one package.

The biggest change that comes with SQLdb360 is the kind invitation to everyone interested to contribute to its development. This is why the new blended name and its release format.

Change Data Capture from Oracle with StreamSets Data Collector

With this trend of CQRS architectures where the transactions are streamed to a bunch of heterogenous eventually consistent polyglot-persistence microservices, logical replication and Change Data Capture becomes an important component, already at the architecture design phase. This is good for existing products vendors such as Oracle GoldenGate (which must be licensed even to use only the CDC part in the Oracle Database as Streams is going to be desupported) or Dbvisit replicate to Kafka. But also for Open Source projects.