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DB Admins & Developers

A group for database administrators and developers.

Location: Hawaii
Members: 47
Latest Activity: Dec 17, 2011

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Hawaii Tech Employment Web Sites 3 Replies

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Open Data

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Database Objects and Source Control 4 Replies

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Database News

Getting Started with Microsoft Power BI for Office 365

Power BI is familiar, intuitive, cloud based self-service BI (Business Intelligence) solution for all your data needs in your very own Excel. It includes different tools for data discovery, analysis and visualization. Furthermore, Power BI integrates with Office 365 to share, collaborate and much more.

Big Data Quality Metrics

Big data applications and their associated proprietary, high-performance data stores arrived on the scene a few years ago. With promises of incredibly fast queries, many IT shops implemented one or more of these combination hardware and software suites. However, few IT enterprises have implemented metrics that clearly measure the benefits of these systems. The expected monetary gains from big data applications have not yet materialized for many companies, due to inflated expectations. The solution: Measure resource usage, and use these measurements to develop quality metrics.

Enhance Your MySQL XML Import Procedures using Prepared Statements

In the Importing XML Data into MySQL Tables Using a Stored Procedure article, Rob Gravelle outlined some ways to work around MySQL's restrictions on stored procedures to import XML data into your MySQL database tables. Today's article covers how to use a Prepared Statement, including error handling and validation, as well as handling additional XML formats.

Oracle 11.2 Outer Join And Index Issue

With a product as complex as Oracle some bugs are bound to be present. Some of these bugs are show-stoppers, and others aren't, but it does teach you to pay careful attention to the results a query delivers. Even though queries are syntactically and logically correct you can't be certain that Oracle won't do something 'behind the scenes' that can produce the wrong answer.

MongoDB 2.6 Improves Open-Source Database Performance

Index Intersection, text search and performance gains land in MongoDB 2.6 release

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