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April 17, 2007

“What’s New in” series on http://tahiti.oracle.com

Filed under: Oracle 10g New Features — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 7:58 am

In one of the previous post, Project Lockdown by Arup Nanda, I mentioned Mr.Arup Nanda’s below two articles, all time most read articles on Oracle Technology Network published articles;

Oracle Database 10g: The Top 20 Features for DBAs
Oracle Database 10g: Top Features for DBAs Release 2 Features Addendum

They have both detailed information as a starting point to 10g. Also they provide good answers why you might want to migrate and how more efficiently you may use Oracle, the software you already paid a lot.

Also for another great summarised information you might visit Oracle’s documentation and search for “What’s New in”. It was love in first sight for me with these ones;

What’s New in Oracle Performance?
What’s New in PL/SQL?
What’s New in Application Development?
What’s New in Oracle Database Administrator’s Guide?
What’s New in Oracle Database Security?
What’s New in Oracle Streams AQ?
What’s New in Oracle Text?
What’s New in Enterprise Manager 10.2
What’s New in Oracle Call Interface?
What’s New in Oracle Spatial?

2 Comments »

  1. Hasan ;
    Thanks a lot for this all in one entry. I like the way you use the Oracle Manual. As a confession I can say that I learned to use manual by your mails at oracleturk yahoo group. Keep blogging.

    Comment by coskan — April 17, 2007 @ 2:14 pm | Reply

  2. […] Filed under: Oracle 10g New Features — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 8:57 pm Last month I posted “What’s New in” series on http://tahiti.oracle.com But for some of us reading is not the best way for learning, and we have another excellent resource […]

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