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Archive for September 27th, 2016

Analyzing website performance with the Windows Performance Toolkit | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/09/27

On my research list:

Slow pages lose users: research from Bing and Google indicates that delays as small as half a second can impact business metrics. To build fast sites, developers need powerful tools to analyze the …

Source: Analyzing website performance with the Windows Performance Toolkit | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog


If you’re developing on Windows.. a must read article on analyzing webperf with Windows Performance Toolkit. – Ilya Grigorik – Google+


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Oracle Cross database queries: you need a “database link” for that

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/09/27

I recently learned that you can do cross database queries in Oracle using database links.

You need to prefix your objects with the right schema/owner (for instance dbo.) and suffix with an @ sign followed by the database link name.

This query finds all configured database links:

select * from all_db_links;


via: Ask Tom “database link”.

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