Beefing up your technical skills is important, and it’s what makes you a good DBA, Developer, Architect, or whatever you happen to be. But at the same time, it is incredibly important to keep up with the professional trends in your organization. While all organizations are different, there are some
Anyone who says developers and DBAs can’t work together is wrong; it is vital that we work together. In many ways we share job roles and responsibilities, DevOps or no DevOps. These articles are developer-centric, or at the least feature important information for the DBA as it pertains to the development role.
blobFS – Imported an Oracle dump from a BLOB using a FUSE filesystem
For those who have not been following, I reported previously that I had created a query-based filesystem with node.js, fuse4js, FUSE, and Oracle. This filesystem is mountable by any OS user and uses queries against Oracle tables as its source instead of disk. In this specific case, a table containing
A BLOB Filesystem built with FUSE, node.js, and fuse4js
Here’s one for the “neato” category. This weekend I decided to try making a filesystem with FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace), a package which allows mountable filesystems to be customized and modified with a source other than disk. The data can come from anywhere, and it will take the traditional appearance
%The fabulous YAML
— The Problem: Moving data outside of a database offers multiple options, each with their own pros and cons. The Solutions: XML (Extensible Markup Language): What it is: A markup language designed for full featured data exchange Info: