This week I have updated the Blogger database, adding more members and putting links in place to the ACE Directory and oracle community.
Also this week I heard from ODTUG that my submission to talk at next years conference in Miami was not successful, but I think I will go anyway. I need to figure why they didn’t want to hear about advanced OBIEE techniques. I am hoping its because my submission was not eye catching enough, and not that OBIEE is not a popular subject any more? Lets wait see what come out on the agenda at KSCOPE 16
Blogs of the week
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Daan Bakboord shares two presentations that he made to help him study for these exams.
Jeremiah Johnson defines data scientists as ‘master communicators’. He looks at:
- The Core Skills
- What they bring to the table
- What they do
- Bottom Line
Carlos Chang helps us to catch up on Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF)
- There’s a new version of Oracle MAF
- Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE)
- The Mobile Application Framework Challenge
- Mobile Design Patterns
Dan Power’s tips include
- Keep in mind what’s interesting to your audience.
- Come up with your ending before you figure out your middle.
- “Putting it on paper lets you start fixing it. If it stays in your head, a perfect idea, you’ll never share it with anyone.”
Tim Tow writes, “We had a couple of issues reported with the output of the Next Generation Outline Extractor where the exported file did not work properly as a load file.” Read the blog to find out the solution
Vishal Pathak talks us through a quick way of producing BIP reports on top of OBIEE dashboards.
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Trajano Leme asks How to embed a Google Docs spreadsheet with OBIEE? Read the answers and join in the discussion.
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KPI Partners tweeted OBIEE Mobile Application Designer: Features, Issues, Limitations
Robin Moffatt shared No Silver Bullets – OBIEE Performance in the Real World
Boris Dahav posted Simple OMM4OBI use cases with OBIEE
Videos such as
OVUM talks about making the business case for Oracle Enterprise Performance Management
Excluding and Including Columns Without Editing a Fusion OTBI Report