|You know who these people are!|
|This is NATCAP-OUG’s (above) official PARENT Organization. IOUG is the largest Oracle based user group in the world. HEAVY DUTY Technical Sessions at their annual IOUG Live! conferences. They also host a nice Technical Repository… and much more.è IOUG’s former name was “INTERNATIONAL Oracle Users Group” (now called Independent Oracle Users Group). IOUG is heavily endorsed and partially subsidized by Oracle Corporation.|
|Oracle Technology Network, aka “TECHNET”. GREAT place to look for techie info in the Discussion Forums and todownload trial Oracle products (tied to Oracle Corp’s web site).|
|Oracle METALINK Technical Support and techie info lookup/repository. Usually the best place to start when you have a problem. Look it up — chances are other folks have had similar experience and have already resolved the issue.|
|Prime site for hard-to-find Oracle specific Techie Information, utility scripts, and other hot Oracle topics and links. Tom Kyte is the author of 2 popular Oracle books and author of the regular Ask Tom column in Oracle Magazine — and a regular presenter at NATCAP-OUG. Thanks, Tom :-).|
|GREAT source for Techie Information and utility scripts. Their home page emphasizes Performance Tuning, but they cover a lot more. Their monthly NEWSLETTER is published ONLINE — packed with good tips.||Unix + Oracle =
|Oracle Development Tools User Group. This is the largest user group devoted EXCLUSIVELY to Oracle’s Design, Development, and Decision Support Tools.|
|MORE Links to GREAT Techie Places|
PL/SQL Manual: An easy to read manual teaches PL/SQL concepts.
Hot Oracle: Web-Site dedicated to Oracle/Java Developers.
Oracle Application Server: Unofficial Oracle Application Server Site.
Web Alchemy: Tools to convert HTML to PL/SQL.
Oracle Documentation: Oracle Documentation including 8i Server, PL/SQL Java, and SQL.
Java/HTML/XML Web Development
HTML Home Page : W3C’s Guideline on how to use HTML to the best effect.
Java Boutique: An excellent resource for any topic on Java. Lots of tutorials and samples.
Third Party Software
Computer Associates: Look for ERwin, Paradigm Plus, and more.
Cast Software: MINE your application software code/libraries to diagnose problems AND to PLAN your software architecture better.