Too Old to Begin the Training?

Yoda’s skepticism of Luke Skywalker’s readiness to begin training as a Jedi Knight was probably appropriate. I mean, if some guy wearing Marty McFly’s life preserver vest crash landed into my backyard with his robot sidekick in tow and brought a bad attitude too, I might feel the same way. Thankfully, Obi-Wan talked Yoda off […]

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OpenWorld 2016 — Red Pill Analytics Taking Part in the Big Show

Will you be heading to San Francisco this September for the largest Oracle Conference of the year? Red Pill Analytics will be there presenting five sessions! Oracle OpenWorld is full of great opportunites to talk about new technologies, learn more about the ones you use daily, and see where the world of Oracle is headed. […]

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What You Positively Have to See in the Database Track at Kscope16

This blog post is an entry in the ODTUG Kscope16 Cross-Track Blog Hop, an exercise for Kscope expert regulars to take a walk on the wild side, and talk about must-see sessions in a foreign content track. The other Blog Hop entries are: APEX sessions not to be missed, as recommended by EPM expert Cameron Lackpour: […]

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User Groups Matter

How many times this week have you googled a technical question and found a blog, an article, a forum post or slides from a presentation? I do this multiple times per day! And while my undergraduate degree taught me a lot, especially how to approach problems, I learned most of what I know about business […]

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