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Blog Post: Smart way to run commands on many *nix machines from (not only) Windows client

Blog Post: Smart way to run commands on many *nix machines from (not only) Windows client

Having a need to run the same set of commands on many machines is a very common task for IT engineers of all kind. If you want to do it efficiently and in a smart way (e.g. to run it only on machines with specific set of conditions), I have an example, that could be … Continue reading „Smart way to run commands on many *nix machines from (not only) Windows client“

Blog Post: BP and Patch 22652097: set optimizer_adaptive_statistics to FALSE explicitly or it might not work!

Blog Post: BP and Patch 22652097: set optimizer_adaptive_statistics to FALSE explicitly or it might not work!

According to Nigel’s blog post: The Oracle 12.1.0.2 October 2017 BP and the Adaptive Optimizer if you installled the patch 22652097 prior to apply the Bundle Patch 171018, the BP apply in the database should recognize that the patch was … Continue reading →

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 19.2.2018

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 19.2.2018

This is the 103rd edition of my blog series blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics! As every week I was also updating the following two lists with the presentations/videos of the current week: Presentations from SlideShare Videos from YouTube As usual, find below the new blog articles, presentations, videos and software releases from last […]

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 13.2.2018

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 13.2.2018

This is the 102nd edition of my blog series blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics! As every week I was also updating the following two lists with the presentations/videos of the current week: Presentations from SlideShare Videos from YouTube As usual, find below the new blog articles, presentations, videos and software releases from last […]

Blog Post: SQL Magic Squares – or Why the Optimizer does not like Magic

Blog Post: SQL Magic Squares – or Why the Optimizer does not like Magic

A long-time player at the Oracle Dev Gym tried his hand at generating Magic Squares using SQL. When he attempted to tune his statement a bit, he was surprised that it didn’t go a little faster as expected, rather it went from 2 minutes to 45 minutes? At that point he contacted me to see if I could explain the mystery… So thank you, Hamid Talebian, for the interesting case. It was fun to play around with that SQL, and…

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Blog Post: Angular 4/5 override class in body tag (Shadow Piercing combinators approach)

Blog Post: Angular 4/5 override class in body tag (Shadow Piercing combinators approach)

In angular component CSS styles are encapsulated into the component’s view and don’t affect the rest of the application; usually this is the behaviour that you want however sometimes it’s useful to be able to affect tags outside the component, for example the body tag This can be achieved in a few different ways, like for example tweaking view encapsulation parameters In this post I will show you a CSS approach to this using The Shadow Piercing combinators, starting in…

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Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 5.2.2018

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 5.2.2018

This is the 101st edition of my blog series blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics! As every week I was also updating the following two lists with the presentations/videos of the current week: Presentations from SlideShare Videos from YouTube As usual, find below the new blog articles, presentations, videos and software releases from last […]

Blog Post: Deep learning, concepts and frameworks: Find your way through the jungle (talk)

Blog Post: Deep learning, concepts and frameworks: Find your way through the jungle (talk)

Today at OOP in Munich, I had an in-depth talk on deep learning, including applications, basic concepts as well as practical demos with Tensorflow, Keras and PyTorch. As usual, the slides are on RPubs, split up into 2 parts because of the plenty of images included – lossy png compression did work wonders but there’s … Continue reading Deep learning, concepts and frameworks: Find your way through the jungle (talk)

Blog Post: Announcing .NET Day Switzerland 2018

Blog Post: Announcing .NET Day Switzerland 2018

In terms of Microsoft Developer conferences, Switzerland has been heavily lacking in comparison to other European countries for the last years. As a motivated community person and public speaker, that always made me sad. Via the Microsoft MVP Program, I got to know Fabian Gosebrink and together, we created .NET Day Switzerland, the only independent […]