OBIEE on the Apple iPhone

Thursday, July 10th, 2008 by

Chris Claterbos from Vlamis has picked up on the story that one of the first official iPhone apps is a front-end for Oracle BI Enterprise Edition. The App Store hasn’t gone live over here yet, but apparently one of the first applications you can download (and for free) is a viewer application for Oracle BI […]

Virtually there

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007 by

I have a couple of days between assignments so I am spending a little time doing research. Ultimately, there is a piece to write on Oracle 11g OLAP, and some course notes on aspects of data warehousing. But do this sort of thing I need to get myself set up with a database (Enterprise Edition […]

My first week at Rittman Mead Consulting

Friday, November 16th, 2007 by

Well, it was not spent in San Francisco! I spent a couple of days working through some best practices for a group developing a new management information system on OBI SE-One and then spent the rest of the week trekking between home and hospital where my younger girl had her appendix removed. I have also […]

Fake Larry Ellison Starts Blogging

Saturday, August 4th, 2007 by

If like me you’re a Mac owner who’s been following with interest the Fake Steve Jobs blog (try here, here and here for a sample), you’ll be amused to know that Steve’s away for a while and Fake Larry Ellison has taken over for a few weeks. According to FSJ: “Bit of news here. Larry […]

Book Writing and Parallels Coherence

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007 by

I’ve been a bit remiss recently in keeping the blog up to date; what with planning for the forthcoming company seminar later in January, and writing a new article on XML Publisher in my spare time, I’ve not really had much time to keep the blog up to date; also, compared to things such as […]

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