How Will Vehicle-To-Everything (V2X) Communication Transform Your Car?

A casual mention of Vehicle to Everything, or V2X,  in a mailing list, led me to a short article, and that led to much more. It made me aware of a project that may make huge changes to how we get around. Roads can measure cars in very limited ways today with inductive loops at […]
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Introduction to Oracle Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)

What is Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)? Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) is the process of understanding, archiving and purging data. In short, it is a strategy for managing business data over its lifetime in order to reduce storage costs and improve data access within the database. Further, It is the practice of applying policies for the […]
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Oracle Vs SQL Server: Are They So Different?

Before Christmas I was asked to compare SQL Server against Oracle. So I thought that would make a good SQL Server versus Oracle post. Although I have thought about this over years as I have worked with clients that have had both SQL Server and Oracle, when you sit down to write down and convey […]
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SQL Server 2016 a Year Review

SQL Server 2016 It is the first week of the new year. It is around this time that I like to reflect on the year gone by and look forward to the year ahead. From a SQL Server perceptive, 2016 was a very interesting year indeed. Back in June we saw the release to market/manufacture […]
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5 Machine Learning Books Worth Reading

Machine learning remains a hot topic as organizations attempt to squeeze insights and competitive advantage from their data sets. I’ve selected five books that may be of interest if you are embarking on a machine learning initiative or career. Obviously, there are much more great books out there and I’d like to hear your recommendations—recommendation […]
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