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Comment by Shivmohan Purohit on July 24, 2008 at 10:48pm
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Comment by Harold Green on August 13, 2008 at 8:09pm
I see some familiar faces here!
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Comment by Nicole Fornaçon on May 8, 2009 at 4:02am
How Important is Experience on Your IT Resume?

Interesting post on hands-on experience versus theoretical knowledge. Do note that it looks at the experience and knowledge across desktop and server support roles.The author did not want to trail off into specialty roles like security, programming, etc as the post would never end.
http://www.trainsignaltraining.com/it-resume-tips-job-experience/2009-05-07/
Comment by Nicole Fornaçon on October 30, 2009 at 8:22am
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Comment by altug ozgercek on December 13, 2010 at 3:49am

Hello everyone.3 days ago i started to study about Oracle Database so im quite new in it.Is there anyone can tell me the differences between Release 1 and Release 2 ? Which one should i install ? Thanks.

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Join cases between related tables in data computing and analytics

Related computing can be: Inner join or outer join. The outer join can be further divided into left join, right join, and full join. With esProc, such kinds ofrelated computing can be easily implemented. In the discussion below, we will introduce the join operations with some examples using the table emp and table sOrder.

Table structure:

The table emp stores the employee data table, in which the…

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Code Examples of In-Memory Grouping for more efficient data computing and analytics

It is convenient to realize some common in-memory grouping with esProc, such as, equal grouping, alignment grouping and enumeration grouping. They are to be illustrated with the following examples.

Equal grouping 

Grouping basis of equal grouping is certain fields (or computed columns derived from fields) within a data set. Each group is a subset of original data set.

Case description: Group sales orders by the year. …

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