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April 2006

Oracle to launch its own Linux

by Antauri
This move will put Oracle to the test. The change to open-source operating systems and applications will put Oracle in competition with industry leaders it had never competed directly. It would also spice up competition with Microsoft Corporation, IBM, Red Hat, and others.

March 2006 DBLens

by nhoizey (via)
DBLens is a Oracle-based toolkit for performing collaborative filtering. DBLens is a collection of PL/SQL code and accompanying shell scripts that provides a flexible and efficient method for performing collaborative filtering.


by ms_michel & 1 other (via)
For applications that require Oracle to even function properly, consider EnterpriseDB, a version of PostgreSQL, which has reimplemented features such as data types, triggers, views and cursors that copy Oracle's behavior.

Oracle SQL Developer

by ms_michel & 2 others, 1 comment (via)
Oracle SQL Developer is a new, free graphical tool that enhances productivity and simplifies database development tasks. With SQL Developer, you can browse database objects, run SQL statements and SQL scripts, and edit and debug PL/SQL statements. You can also run any number of provided reports, as well as create and save your own.

February 2006

Hierarchical Queries

by nhub
Connect by root : how to find the highest level ancestor

Oracle, Creator of PHP? - The Pimp

by kasi77
There is rumours relayed by The Register about Oracle acquisitions plan, it is a quite surprising to see Zend in the list. Note that the text is not clear, but whether it is true or not, the scenario is interesting enough to think about the impacts in the PHP world.