Dear Oracle User Group Community Members

The thirteenth edition of the e-magazine ORAWORLD is out now!

Expect exciting stories on:

.Our new series Code You Should Never See in PL/SQL − Part 1 gives you all the right advice to recognize the most common mistakes in PL/SQL                                                              .You will find out Everything You Need to Know About MySQL 8.0                                                                                                                                                                               .These days, everyone seems to talk about innovation. But How Can It Succeed?                                                                                                                                                              .You know those very special Types of People You Meet In (Nearly) Every Office...                                                                                                                                                          .You enjoyed our last issue's CBO Artificial Intelligence - Part 1? We have Part 2 ready! 

. The Most Incredible Inventions: Robots
. The Evolution of TV 

And so many more stories!

Enjoy browsing through the current issue!


Help us promote our e-magazine: Choose one of the banners on our website, put it on your blog, website, social media or e-mail signature, and link back to In addition, feel free to forward this e-mail to anyone who might be interested. Thank you!

How to participate

All user groups can submit content about the Oracle cosmos: articles, ideas, event dates or tips for future issues of ORAWORLD are highly appreciated. If you wish to contribute, just visit the website and submit your ideas or papers via the online form. Deadline for the 14th edition is February 2. We are looking forward to your contributions!


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Best Regards,

Dr. Dietmar Neugebauer
Editor in Chief


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