A quick search for OBIEE jobs last week (for no reason at all!) showed just how many jobs there are out there still. Indeed has over 1300 jpbs. Obviuosly some are duplicate and not all pure OBIEE jobs, but it does show that its still worth keeping the skills up, so read, read read..
My book that is, and these blogs…
Blogs of the week
Bill Anderson asks the following questions:
- What happens when you can’t see your data?
- If you don’t have an easy, interpretable, analytics view of your data, how can you improve your operation?
- How do you know what is working and what is not working?
- How would you set prices under these circumstances?
He refers us also to the following white paper.
Daan Bakboord shares the Call for Papers information for Tech Experience (closing date 24th December)
Michelle Kolbe writes, “This post is part 1 of 4 about using the Baseline Validation Tool (BVT) with Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE).”
She writes about:
- Overview of BVT
- Tests available in BVT
- Logical Query
- BI Publisher
- 12C Upgrade Baseline Testing
- Finding BVT Help
Jeff Smith asks the above question! He is running a week long poll on Twitter.
He also asks, What do you find most valuable when it comes to solving your Oracle Database problems?
Vote on the blog.
5. Watch this video:
Mark Hurd Oracle Openworld 2017 Keynote Highlights
Philippe Lions shares this youtube video:
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Dayne Carley posts about:
- Setting up Test Users in OAC
- Preparing Application Roles in OAC
- Securing Subject Areas using Presentation Services Privileges
- Validating the Security Setup
Jonathan Lewis posts about Question Time at the UKOUG Tech conference
This year there are:
- Christian Antognini
- Nigel Bayliss
- Maria Colgan
- Richard Foote
- Neil Chandler
- Martin Widlake
If possible, he would like some advance questions, so if you have any, please comment with them on the blog or send him an email (link on the blog).
Keith Laker’s review is now available – PDF version available here. (Also available for Apple and Linux users).
Connor McDonald answers a question from AskTOM a few days ago asking for an implementation of the XIRR function in PL/SQL.
The new members are:
- Danny Bryant
- Gary Crisci
- Natalie Delemar
- Roel Hartman
- Eric Helmer
who join existing members:
- Karen Cannell
- Tim German
- Mike Riley
- Jake Turrell
CONGRATULATIONS to all!
This week on Twitter
Connor McDonald tweeted A silent movie on joins
ODTUG posted Oracle Data Viz details
Philippe Lions shared Oracle DV : What’s new in Oracle DV V4.0 Desktop version ?
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Videos such as A Look Back at ODTUG #Kscope17 in San Antonio, TX!
Oracle 12c Release 2 – How to do transparent data encryption ONLINE