25 October 2007

Oracle's Official WIKI

There is a new place for information about all things Oracle! http://wiki.oracle.com/
While it may feel like there are so many places to find information, I think that having the various formats available suit different people and different styles. The new site that you may or may not be aware of is the Oracle Wiki. It's a place where the Oracle community, internal and external, can contribute and share content. The site already has links to Oracle OpenWorld and the different that attendees can see and do. You can get lost in the wiki content about Oracle World, without going to the main site, although I do recommend you do.

Back to the Wiki. Under the navigation section, there is a Developer Tools node and you'll find SQL Developer nestling there among some of oracle's older (and not so old) tools.

Content for SQL Developer can be found through a chatty forum, or more formally on the OTN technical pages or very formally through the SQL Developer documentation which we link to from the OTN pages listed above. So the wiki allows you add small components, or larger explanations, specific FAQs or links to articles you have written. Adding to the wiki is easy, so have fun and make it your space.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is a great addition, but by no means the first or the biggest Oracle wiki out these. For a list of Oracle wiki's, see http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/Wikis