Re: If you allowed to keep only one book on Oracle - Which book it will be?
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2010 11:05:00 -0600
A site I really like for questions and answers is stackoverflow.com. There's not much Oracle momentum there yet, but I think that's a function of awareness. Maybe if a few people here dive in, that will change. I think it's a fantastic ecosystem for rewarding competence and (let's call it) "attenuating the cruft."
Method R Corporation
On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Blanchard, William < wblanchard_at_societyinsurance.com> wrote:
> Many of those sites just require that you scroll all the way to the
> bottom of the page to see the answers (i.e. Experts Exchange).
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> it will be?
> the best are the ones that point to pay sites. where they list the
> question, then you have to pay them money for the answer. assuming they
> really do have the answer.
> people are gaming google to get moved up in the rankings. I think it is
> slowly getting out how to move up in rankings.
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 4:38 PM, Guillermo Alan Bort <cicciuxdba_at_gmail.com>wrote:
>> Is it just me or are you getting a lot of 'bogus' results from goolge.
>> Specially those pointing to sites that 'answer' questions... magically JUST
>> the question you have, and they charge you to see the answer. I hate those.
>> Google is loosing its usefullness for Oracle-related searches for me... I've
>> come to rely mostly in oracle-l and Tahiti... not even ML, since the crappy
>> flash upgrade.
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