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What’s Your Superpower? Mine Is Autonomous Database and Machine Learning, Part 4

What’s Your Superpower? Mine Is Autonomous Database and Machine Learning, Part 4

Building on the third article in this series, Oracle ACE Director Jim Czuprynski wraps up this topic with a look at other ways to gather information within Oracle Application Express (APEX), especially when the data needed for analytics and fulfillment of our business units’ requests is completely

ODTUG Database Community Beach Party Virtual Meetup

ODTUG Database Community Beach Party Virtual Meetup

Hot sun, cold drinks, and sand between your toes: What better time for a beach party than late July? And while you’re relaxing, the ODTUG Database Community is bringing you a stellar line-up of speakers for your entertainment and edification! Our presenters will discuss a diverse range of topics, in

Unleash the Power of the Oracle Cloud Command Line Interface

Unleash the Power of the Oracle Cloud Command Line Interface

What do the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and a Commodore 64 have in common? You can program both of them from the command line.

While learning and executing basic OCI tasks on the web console works well, when it comes to more complex or repetitive ones, it can become tedious. Much like the

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