New Solutions in Healthcare!

For the last 20 years, Dulcian has been solving complex problems for large organizations.  Our first projects were in the healthcare industry and we have been working on various complex systems throughout Dulcian’s history. We are now focusing even more on

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Steven Feuerstein reviews our book!

Steven Feuerstein, the PL/SQL architect at Oracle Corporation reviewed Michael Rosenblum and Paul Dorsey’s new book: Oracle PL/SQL Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques: I recently received a copy of Michael Rosenblum’s and Dr. Paul Dorsey’s latest book: Oracle PL/SQL Performance Tuning Tips

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We’re Hiring Software Developers!

Software Developer Woodbridge NJ – Full Time About Us Dulcian has a team like no other with consultants who are active authors and presenters at leading IT conferences. We build software according to the client’s specifications quickly and efficiently. Our

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Dulcian Presentation Archive

Dulcian personnel are active participants in Oracle conferences and user group meetings. Use these links to view slides presentations given at various Oracle conferences and meetings. To view all papers and presentations organized by topic please click here To view

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How Will You Build Your Next System

This article by Paul Dorsey was part of a presentation given in 2012 at the IOUG Collaborate conference. With the popularity of Object-Oriented (OO) technology and web-based development at the turn of the century, we moved into a world with more questions than answers. The open

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Clients vs. customers – via Seth Godin

I start my day reading Seth Godin’s blog, every day, for maybe two years now. His posts are short and often they are obvious truths. But I read them long enough that they got me to fear less, deliver more, and

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Oracle Dynamic SQL – generic search

From Michael Rosenblum’s blog a series of three posts on how to do a generic dynamic SQL search in PL/SQL with Native Dynamic SQL – the example does not use DBMS_SQL and uses bind variables to help optimize the query. In

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Northern California HIMSS Patient Engagement

Ileana Balcu will be part of the Social Patient Engagement Panel at the Northern California HIMSS chapter meeting : Patient Engagement – Transforming Healthcare Through Digital Patient Engagement The event will take place on Thursday April 11, 2013 at the

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Michael Rosenblum at the IOUG Conference

Michael Rosenblum will present at the IOUG Collaborate Conference – April 7-11, 2013 in Denver, CO: – Monday, April 8 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Session #402 – Top 5 Issues that Cannot be Resolved by DBAs (other than missed

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Top 5 Issues that Cannot be Resolved by DBAs at NYOUG

The New York Oracle Users Group held its Spring General Meeting yesterday. It was a great meeting with great speakers, including: Alex Gorbatchev from Pythian gave a presentation about eliminating guesswork from our decision making process in Oracle (BAAG Party) Michael Rosenblum – Dulcian, Inc. discussing common system issues

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