Posts by Fahd Mirza
This Log Buffer Edition encompasses some of the coolest blog posts of the week from across different database technologies. Enjoy.
With the holiday season fast approaching (or is it slow?), data bloggers have already adopted a festive mood, and this Log Buffer edition jubilantly captures and reflects that, and much more.
What do swaying palms, turquoise water, white sandy beaches and absolutely pristine fauna remind you of? Correct! It’s Log Buffer. This Log Buffer brings you beads of blog posts related to data dexterity crafted by leading bloggers across the planet.
Economist says that Physics suggest that storms will get worse as the planet warms. Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines, bush-fires in Australia, floods in China, and extreme unpredictable weather across the planet is a sober reminder. Good news is that technology and awareness is rising, and so is the data. Database technologies are playing their part…
There are a number of technologies, apps, and social media creations out there seeking to displace blogs as the mode of sharing between surfers, but blogging has proved hardy. It has proven its mettle and it’s here to stay. This Log Buffer Edition appreciates this strength of the blogs.
Every day is a new journey but the path remains the same. Bloggers are advancing on this path to reach new milestones. They sometimes pace high, sometime low, but whatever, they never miss to share what they learn along the way, and present that through Log Buffer.
One key success factor in a great leadership is to gather great people around you. Bloggers are people, and this Log Buffer Edition enables you to gather them around you through their blog posts.
Naysayer within us keep on erecting new obstacles, especially when it comes to the creativity. Our database bloggers are winning this fight within and producing gems of blogs. This Log Buffer edition celebrates their victory.
Extreme performance is the key to excellence. One example of it is the winning of 34th America Cup by Team Oracle USA, another example is the Pythian’s legendary love of data, and this Log Buffer edition loves the blogs again, as it does weekly.
If you need to get SQL_ID of a query from a busy system, which has similar queries scattered all around, it becomes a hassle to get what you are looking for. If the query for which you are getting SQL_ID is big, or contains lots of apostrophes or other not-so-nice characters, then it becomes more…