Blog Post: Practical Deep Learning (talk)

Blog Post: Practical Deep Learning (talk)

Yesterday at IT Tage 2017, I had an introductory-level talk on deep learning. After giving an overview of concepts and frameworks, I zoomed in on the task of image classification using Keras, Tensorflow and PyTorch, not aiming for high classification accuracy but wanting to convey the different “look and feel” of these frameworks. (By sheer … Continue reading Practical Deep Learning (talk)

Oracle Unified Directory on Docker

Oracle Unified Directory on Docker

A bit a while ago I’ve started to use Docker for miscellaneous purposes. Not really an early adopter, but I still hope I caught the train just in time. 🙂 In one of my customer project, I did have to set up a couple of OUD instance to develop and test the transition from Oracle […]

Blog Post: Oracle Unified Directory on Docker

Blog Post: Oracle Unified Directory on Docker

A bit a while ago I’ve started to use Docker for miscellaneous purposes. Not really an early adopter, but I still hope I caught the train just in time. In one of my customer project, I did have to set up a couple of OUD instance to develop and test the transition from Oracle […]

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 11.12.2017

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 11.12.2017

This is the 94th 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_ADAPTIVE_PLAN_RESOLVED Is Broken

Blog Post: SQL_ADAPTIVE_PLAN_RESOLVED Is Broken

You can use the V$SQL.IS_RESOLVED_ADAPTIVE_PLAN column to know whether the execution plan associated to a child cursor is adaptive or not. Specifically, to know whether the query optimizer selected either an adaptive join method or an adaptive star transformation (notice that it is not set when the hybrid hash distribution is involved). The column takes […]

Blog Post: Oracle 12c Multitenant: Parameter NONCDB_COMPATIBLE

Blog Post: Oracle 12c Multitenant: Parameter NONCDB_COMPATIBLE

Mit Oracle 12c hat Oracle im Jahr 2013 eine neue Datenbank-Architektur, die Container-Datenbank-Architektur, auch „Multitenant Architektur” genannt, eingeführt. Aus Applikations-Sicht sollen diese Datenbanken – genauer: die Pluggable Datenbanken – kompatibel zur klassischen Datenbank-Architektur, jetzt „Non-CDB-Architektur“ genannt, sein. Mit Oracle 12c … Weiterlesen →

Blog Post: I’m a developer, why should I care about matrices or calculus? (talk at MLConference 2017)

Blog Post: I’m a developer, why should I care about matrices or calculus? (talk at MLConference 2017)

Yesterday at ML Conference, which took place this year for the first time, I had a talk on cool bits of calculus and linear algebra that are useful and fun to know if you’re writing code for deep learning and/or machine learning. Originally, the title was something like “What every interested ML/DL developer should know … Continue reading I’m a developer, why should I care about matrices or calculus? (talk at MLConference 2017)

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 3.12.2017

Blog Post: Last Week in Stream Processing & Analytics – 3.12.2017

This is the 93rd 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: DDC 2017 – Von C# nach F# in 60 Minuten

Blog Post: DDC 2017 – Von C# nach F# in 60 Minuten

Seit einigen Jahren wissen wir, dass es im .NET-Universum einen neuen Mitspieler namens F# gibt, mit dem man einiges anstellen kann. Aber was denn genau? Sind wir mal ehrlich, so richtig mit dem Thema befasst haben wir C#-Entwickler uns bisher ja nicht, oder? In dieser Session räumen wir mit den Vorurteilen auf („F# braucht man […]