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  • Dreams, Visions, And Oracles In Homer's Odyssey

    Dreams, visions, and oracles have not always been the most reliable sources of information, yet time and time again it is these materials that have been used in order to understand the world and it’s relationship the humanity. All of these mystical sources of information have had a very heavy influence on how people of past civilizations have approached the events in their lives, and as such these sources have also become important tools used to interpret historical knowledge, for they provide insight into how certain cultures viewed the world around them. Dreams, visions, and oracles are either very specific, or very broad. They always relate to one distinct person, but the meaning can often be interpreted many different ways, or one concrete way that eventually…

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  • Oracle Case Study

    Introduction Oracle was founded in 1977 as Software Development Laboratories by Lawrence (Larry) Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates. Oracle Version 1 was written, but was never officially released. In 1979, Oracle Version 2 was release as the first commercial SQL relational database management system (RDBMS). Also in 1979, Software Development Laboratories changed its name to Relational Software Inc. (RSI). The 1980s was a busy decade for Oracle. In 1982, RSI was renamed Oracle Systems and…

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  • Characteristics Of Creating An Oracle Database

    When creating an Oracle database one must consider what type of performance and needs you will need to keep your Real Application Cluster (RAC) environment operating at peak instances. When an Oracle database spans across multiple instances on different servers with shared data files. When the database spans across several hardware systems but it will appear as a single combined database within the application. Real Application Cluster allows the commodity to be utilized in way that they could…

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  • Wisdom In Socrates's Apology

    of all the land. This is of course in response to when the Oracle of Delphi addresses the fact that Socrates is the wisest of the entire known world.…

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  • Oedipus Rex Monologue

    the full truth of what has happened. Therefore, I have decided to take it upon myself to write to you and tell my tale of woe and offer what little defense of my actions that can be made. Not long ago you came to me in supplication, wishing that I would try my best to end the evil plague that spread across the fair city of Thebes. At that time, it was revealed by the Oracle of Delphi that the gods had sent the plague as punishment because we had not brought to justice…

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  • Reflection On An IT Project For Eaton Corporation

    past several months. The project was tailored such that it would reduce the administrative burden of approximately 280 technicians currently working in the United States. In reducing the administrative burden, there was not only a cost savings for reducing labor but also the added benefit of being able to have minable data in the Oracle database. With the project charter in hand, I sat down with the IT professionals to work through the details of how we would accomplish this task and still…

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  • The Oracle At Delphi Analysis

    The Socrates’ account of the oracle at Delphi was the one of most famous and most valued oracle of the historic. The account was confirmed by Xenophon and the oracle professed Socrates to be “free, straight, and practical individuals” somewhat than the utmost wise. In the case, it explains that the oracle state an optimistic claim about Socrates. The thought of Socrates is implemented by the Plato anxious about moral questions, and so that we able to recognized Xenophon’s and Plato figure by…

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  • Analysis Of The Delphic Oracle

    researchers which is described in Writing in the Sciences textbook by Steven B. Katz and Ann M. Penrose. The memo will talk about the IMRAD style and how it is similar and different to a historical paper titled, “The Delphic Oracle: A Multidisciplinary Defense of the Gaseous Vent Theory” written by Henry A. Spiller, John R. Hale, and Jelle Z. De Boer. It uses some of the IMRAD concepts, however there were a few changes. This memo will highlight the differences and similarities in the…

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  • Peoplesoft Case Study

    Its success allowed it to acquire many similar companies it considered rivals, like Vantive Corporation and JD Edwards, who had a similar product line which PeopleSoft used to release new applications in different types of corporate target markets. The company was eventually acquired by Oracle Corporation, another company specialized in enterprise software products, in 2005, though the packages originally developed by PeopleSoft have kept their “PeopleSoft name” and are marketed as such. Today,…

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  • Internal Competitive And Macroeconomic Analysis

    Oracle Corporation Independent Oracle Consultant Conducted internal competitive and macroeconomic analysis for my own business model to identify potential market penetration opportunities to grow across the borders. At the same time, I managed my finances, time-sheets and operations. Executed Go-to-Market for social media, marketing, and public relation; in this process, came up with a strategic plan to integrate Oracle certified training into my Consulting to provide my clients with better…

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