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I was asked a while ago by a twitter follower this question. “One year ago to now, how has your use of technology changed in your job role?” Interestingly enough, I celebrated 1 year @snowflakeDB on April 16, 2019. I think now is a good time to answer that question. In a nutshell, a year ...

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In this installment, I am going to walk through the process of connecting GO to the Snowflake Data Warehouse Service (DWaaS). This tutorial requires that you have a Snowflake account. You can sign up here for a 30 day/$400.00 trial. Download and Install the ODBC Driver Once you have your account set up in Snowflake, ...

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One month ago, ODTUG Kscope18 was getting started, and one month ago was the first time in two years that I was not the Conference Chair, and today, I can say that my friend Opal did a damn good job at taking the ODTUG Kscope conference to the next level. Thank you Opal for your ...

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This will be the first entry into my Snowflake toolbox. Today I am going to set my MacBook Pro up to connect to a Snowflake data warehouse via the Snowflake Node.js driver. This could come in handy when needing to move data between systems where direct connections are not available and you need an intermediary. ...

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By the time this posts hits, I’ll be in the air heading to one of my favorite cities, San Francisco. — My Sifu, Coach Sule, has that slogan as part of his email signature, and those are words are quite fitting.  If you have been following me on Twitter, then you know that a lot ...

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About a week ago, I was presenting at ECO on JSON parsing in the Oracle 12c Database and an attendee asked a great question. To summarize, Maria Colgan gave a keynote in which she noted a feature in 12c that allows you to define a column as Case Insensitive. The attendee in my session asked if ...

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Not sure if you’ve noticed, but there have been a few changes in Oracle’s advocacy community. The Oracle Technology Network has been rebranded as The Oracle Developer Community (ODC), and the Oracle ACE and Java Champions have a new baby sibling, called the Developer Champion. In the 2nd, hopefully annual Appreciation Day (started by Tim Hall), the community ...

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Hopefully you have been following my Docker exploits allowing me to share as I go along. Recently I posted a part two on my Microservices PoC describing a simple calculator. The solution currently instructs to you to execute four (4) docker build commands to create the individual containers for the calculator function. When I did ...

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A few weeks ago, I needed to run SQLd360, but didn’t have access to the database server, and I was working from a Windows box. That combination is not the best. Normally, I would have used VirtualBox with a Linux OS and handled things from there. This time I decided to see what could be ...

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In my previous Microservices PoC post, I attempted to use a calculator to conceptualize microservices. The premise was to look at the calculator as a monolithic application and then break it down into discrete services. The focus was on the Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide functions and deploying them in separate docker containers thus creating ...

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