Dear ORAWORLD Readers
The twenty-third edition of our e-magazine ORAWORLD is out now!
For the title story of our final issue in 2020, blockchain expert Nikita Fuchs looks behind the hype of cryptocurrencies. While the different forms of blockchain have been one of the trending topics in recent years, our author observes “reliability deficits in corporate structures and a financial illiteracy among the broader population”. Look forward to exciting insights!
ORAWORLD #23 also brings you the third part of our CLOUD Act series focusing on the protection of business secrets. Meanwhile the sixth part of Carsten Czarski’s APEX series presents you the new features of APEX 20.2 which has been released in October. And of course, you will find many more interesting articles from the Oracle community in our latest issue.
I wish you Happy Holidays and the best for 2021. Enjoy reading our new ORAWORLD edition and stay healthy!
These stories are waiting for you:
. At Face Crypto Value by Nikita Fuchs
. US CLOUD Act (Part 3): Protection of Business Secrets by Dr. Michael Isler
. Oracle Application Express (Part 6): APEX 20.2: What‘s new? by Carsten Czarski
. Smart Sizing of Fast Recovery Area in Cloud Environments by Szymon Skorupinski
. New Feature: Bring Your Own IP by André Ontalba
. EMEA Virtual Tour 2020: #BackToBasics by Mirela Ardelean
. and more!
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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 www.oraworld.org and submit your ideas or papers via the online form. The deadlines for the 24th edition is January 29, 2021. We look forward to your contributions!
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Dr. Dietmar Neugebauer
Editor in Chief