[This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Grow Your Career] I’m going to kick this post off by taking sides in a long-standing feud.
Apple is amazing.
There. Edgy, right? Okay, so maybe you don’t agree with me, but you have to admit that a whole lot of people do. Why is that?
Sure, there’s the snarky few that believe Apple products are successful due to an army of hipsters with thousands in disposable income, growing thick beards and wearing skinny jeans with pipes in mouth and...
Back in March of last year I wrote an article on the five frequently misused metrics in Oracle: These Aren’t the Metrics You’re Looking For.
To sum up, my five picks for the most misused metrics were:
db file scattered read – Scattered reads aren’t always full table scans, and they’re certainly not always bad.
Parse to Execute Ratio – This is not a metric that shows how often you’re hard parsing, no matter how many times you may have read otherwise.