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Published: Dec 29 2009 / 11:55

What is difference between oracle and sqlserver
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yakkoh replied ago:

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More details would have made this blog more interesting.
What is the advantages of the IFS?
Price structure?

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voodocoder replied ago:

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This isn't the differences, it is the advantages Oracle has over SQL server.

Nothing wrong with listing those, but if you're going to do so...don't title it as though you are observing the things that differentiate one from another.

All that said, more details wouldn't hurt. And this list is far from comprehensive. If you're actually interested in learning the differences between the platforms, don't start here.

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lintner.ian replied ago:

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Should have been titled why I love Oracle.

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sskjames replied ago:

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I love the blog's title, "A Complete Blog for The Aspiring Developers". And the blogger didn't even mention his name. Worse still, there are more ads than good content. Hmm wasted a few minutes...

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softwaredeveloper replied ago:

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voodocoder replied ago:

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If you're going to advertise, you might consider offering your user something in return. Ya know, something like useful content.

Further, you should take the time to respect your user enough to proofread what you are writing. I looked at one other topic on your blog and found plenty of mis-spelled words along with other gems like replacing "you" with "u".

Most of the people who frequent DZone for information are professionals, looking for professional development. Your blog is like open-mic night at the last comedy club in town. It's amateur hour. It is the antithesis of "professional".

You can advertise, fine. I frequent all sorts of blogs who advertise. But they have useful, complete information. Not mislabeled, garbled, subject, incomplete and useless junk.

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softwaredeveloper replied ago:

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Hello Voodocoder...see one thing i want to tell you is that i am very new to the software and i am learning it. you should encourage the freshers by movtivating them and not by discouraging them.Every one makes mistakes..it a common thing and you should not discourage..its a very bad habit discouraging young talents like me who are working hard to understand everything.....Thanks for your valuable inputs and i am sorry i am wrong....i will try to improve

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voodocoder replied ago:

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Ya know what, I don't hold back. That's the reason there is so much incompetence in our field: People LET it thrive. You are new to the field? Then what authority do you have in it? What makes you think that you have any business making advertising revenue by spouting off on things you don't even entirely understand?

You want to reap without sowing. You want to collect the reward without doing the work. At least, that is what I see when I read you blog.

Mistakes, I do not encourage. I encourage learning. If you have to make a mistake to learn, that works. But judging by how you poorly you deal with criticism, I don't think you even WANT to learn. You down-vote the links of anyone who down-votes you, apparently. That's the behavior of an 10 year old, not a professional. It is childish and frankly, I wouldn't accept that behavior out of even my children. It's pathetic.

If you're going to have a meaningful blog and suggest the links in it around here, I'd recommend that you blog about the adventure of learning about programming, instead of trying to offer advice to people who are light years ahead of you.

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Chandru replied ago:

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What makes you vote down quality articles like these considering the quality and content of your post?

http://www.dzone.com/links/solution_for_very_long_dropdown_menus.html
http://www.dzone.com/links/learn_how_to_create_a_retro_animated_flipdown_clo.html

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Mike More replied ago:

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Hi chandru.in,
I can tell you why, because I voted down one of his links that looked like spam to me.. he went and voted down all my submissions even the ones that are not from my blog :)

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Chandru replied ago:

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He has done the same to my submissions too. Very interesting! :P

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mcnaz replied ago:

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also wondering if pratheya12 = softwaredeveloper

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