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Smart pigeon - manages to raid the wildbird feeder by sitting on the top leaders of a bush, which bend under its we… https://t.co/Fro9LVNobs1 week 1 day ago
@martinberx @TanelPoder The thought behind the comment is basically that big databases now do so much work in memor… https://t.co/hPFxqH0uvn1 week 2 days ago
@Gideon63 Thank you. Narrative was a critical aim in all three of my books - the attempt to tell a "story" that al… https://t.co/Bg29NSqCl51 week 2 days ago
@ThomasTeskeOrcl Would you care to expand on the meaning of "we" in that context ;) A very important lesson I lear… https://t.co/jsADglgzJm1 week 2 days ago
@AndrewSayer_ @amitzil Agreed. New features stand out as a common example, but there are plenty of features where… https://t.co/3Mljr47Hub1 week 2 days ago
If you're happy to carry them around I'll be happy to sign them. https://t.co/s4EoYt847T1 week 2 days ago
@jarneil Thanks for the comment. Much appreciated. — 1 week 2 days ago
@MatthiasRogel Yes - 7.3.4 is the best release of Oracle for all except the largest, busiest systems. — 1 week 2 days ago
I may be a little biased, but reading Practical Oracle 8i 20 years after I started writing it I am astonished at ho… https://t.co/XOHJ6KPOGo1 week 2 days ago
Practical Oracle 8i p.46 "The biggest issue about user-friendly front-ends is that you have to pay for them somewh… https://t.co/z3MM5DKhwm1 week 2 days ago