2009 Issues

November/December 2009

Cover Story: Editors' Choice Awards 2009; Feature: Consolidate. Compress. Control.
Technology: Tune It Up (Jagannath); Looking at the New Edition (Kyte); Developer: One Smart Combo (Muench); Line Up Your Applications (Shay)

September/October 2009
Cover Story: Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g; Features: Information Secured. Identity Confirmed; Oracle OpenWorld Preview; Integrating Information
Technology: Scripting Oracle RMAN Commands (Nanda); On DBMS_ROWID, Parsing, and Sizing (Kyte); Developer: At the Breaking Point (Muench); Put Your Arrays in a Bind (Williams); On Looping, First, and Last (Feuerstein); Building Applications in the Cloud (Peake); Turn Applications into Portlets (Wang)

July/August 2009
Cover Story: Lead with Intelligence; Features: See Savings with Linux; Oracle OpenWorld Preview
Technology: A Refreshing Move (Nanda); On Popularity and Natural Selection (Kyte); Developer: Open Source Contributions (Schwerin); Targets, Accessors, and Trees (Muench); First Things First (Feuerstein); Developing Secure Applications (Peake); The Full Set (Shay)

May/June 2009
Cover Story: United Development; Features: Test for Success; Safeguard the Desktop
Technology: Creating Custom Authentication (Mattamal); More New PL/SQL Features (Jagannath); On Constraints, Metadata, and Truth (Kyte); Developer: Extending a Helping Hand (Muench); The Right Transaction (Williams); The Magic Kingdom (Feuerstein); Converting Forms (Peake)

March/April 2009
Cover Story: Data Center: The Next Generation; Features: Scale to Fit; Integrating Applications
Technology: Baselines and Better Plans (Nanda); Improving Application Performance (Harper); Improving PL/SQL (Jagannath); On Wrong and Right (Kyte); Developer: A Ride at the OK (or Cancel) Corral (Muench); On Avoiding Termination (Feuerstein)

January/February 2009
Cover Story: Launching Performance; Features: Building on a Solid Foundation; Inside Job; Serve It Up!
Technology: Encrypting Tablespaces (Nanda); Managing Database Resources (Jagannath); On Dynamic Sampling (Kyte); Developer: Easier Interactive Data Entry (Muench); On Emulating FINALLY (Feuerstein); Easy Application Attachments (Peake)


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