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 Neil Raden

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Articles by Neil Raden
posted in September 2008

Can Roles and Agility Coexist in Oracle Fusion Middleware?

9/29/2008
I listened carefully for the better part of two-and-a-half hours last week to Thomas Kurian, Sr. VP of Oracle, present the entire product set and positioning of Oracle's Fusion Middleware. I liked almost everything I heard... but down at the bottom of this stack, he raised the issue of "unified UI for Enterprise Applications controlled by roles." This is where he lost me...

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Wherefore Analytics on Wall Street? An Homage to Hy Minsky

9/15/2008
When it comes to analytics, Wall Street is clearly the leader. The best of the best head there after school to grab six-figure starting salaries. Some even see seven figures, based on their performance. Wall Street analytics represent the exemplar of what is possible for an analytic culture... So why is Wall Street melting down?

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Just a User

9/2/2008
When you sign up for a Webinar, or even just register to download a white paper, you can be sure that you will shortly get a follow-up phone call. The caller almost never has any inkling what you or their client does, so the questions are sometimes amusing, other times pretty dumb. I haven't gotten so old and cranky yet that this ruins my day, but I got a call last week that was notable...

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