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Database Management

  • A Price War Is Brewing Between Oracle and AWS 19 Dec 2017 03:31 The Motley Fool Oracle's (NYSE:ORCL) cloud computing business is a fraction of the size of market leader Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) Web Services. While AWS produced $4.6 billion of revenue in Amazon's latest quarter, Oracle's total cloud revenue was just $1.5 …
  • Making sense of Microsoft’s graph database strategy 10 Oct 2017 10:11 Info World It’s taken some time, but Microsoft’s $26 billion purchase of LinkedIn is finally starting to show some interesting results, with LinkedIn data starting to show up in tools like Outlook. It’s the first sign of Microsoft using the social network’s …
  • RDB Consulting achieves ISO 20000 certification 29 May 2017 08:15 News Jaroslav Cerny, CEO of RDB Consulting. Database outsourcing consulting specialist RDB Consulting has been accredited with the prestigious ISO/IEC 20 000 IT service management certification, an acknowledgement of its outstanding commitment to service …
  • The Hidden Truths of Oracle Database Support 01 Mar 2017 22:35 Data Storage Today The Hidden Truths of Oracle Database Support -- 3 Strategies To Reduce your Database TCO If your company is like most companies, you have an Oracle database problem. You might be using more databases and versions of databases than your company is aware of …

.net Best Practices

  • Best Practices for Lazy Loading in Entity Framework 17 Nov 2016 21:54 Visual Studio Magazine Practical .NET Best Practices for Lazy Loading in Entity Framework Sometimes you want child objects retrieved with the parent object, and sometimes you don't. What you NEVER want is to retrieve child objects accidentally. Here's Peter's advice …
  • Best Practices for Loosely Coupled Classes 10 Oct 2016 17:35 Visual Studio Magazine Practical .NET Best Practices for Loosely Coupled Classes In an object-oriented world you create flexible applications by combining objects. You'll want to keep those objects loosely coupled, though, so that a change in one class doesn't force you …

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