(Rafael Chinelato Del Nero) Welcome to the new Java Challengers blog! This blog is dedicated to challenging concepts in Java programming. Master them and you will be well on your way to becoming a highly skilled Java programmer.
Author: SSWUG Research
(Meenakshi Agarwal) This tutorial explains how to use the MySQL FROM_UNIXTIME() function with the help of examples.
(Hemant K Chitale) Now that we have two Materialized Views against a Source table, how can we identify the relationship via the data dictionary ?
(Peter Raganitsch) A few years ago it was deemed state-of-the-art to store any kind of extra resources (images, css/js-files) directly on the webserver.
(Pinal Dave) The other day I had a very interesting experience with one of my client of Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. It is a standard process of the health check to identify the workload of the server before making the necessary changes.
(Ted Holt) Do you, like Bob Seger, sometimes feel that you are nothing more than a number? Me too. That’s because to many people, that’s exactly what we are.
(Peter Vogel) If you’re worried about CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) attacks (and you probably should be), then you’ve already added the code to your Views that adds an anti-forgery token to the data that the browser sends back to the server.
(James Serra) With data lakes becoming popular, and Azure Data Lake Store (ADLS) Gen2 being used for many of them, a common question I am asked about is “How can I access data in ADLS Gen2 instead of a copy of the data in another product (i.e. Azure SQL Data Warehouse)?”.
(Daniel Hilgarth) Debugging. It’s one of the most time-consuming ways of finding a bug.
(blobeater) I only ever use the storage explorer when managing my blobs, files, queues within storage accounts.