Articles in Tools and Productivity
Since Oracle version 10, the database give a chance to flashback a dropped relational table.
Whenever a relational table is dropped, it goes into the recycle bin, which is similar to the recycle bin on your Mac or PC.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how it works.
The computer is a vital tool for many of us. However, working for long periods in front of a computer can increase the chance of developing an injury. Muscle and joint pain, overuse injuries of the upper limbs and eyestrain are some of the injuries that can develop from prolonged computer use.
Below are some tools which I use at work to help prevent me from developing computer related injuries.
Email signatures, though often overlooked, are an important part of an email. Many feel that an email signature won’t make a difference in their business, but the truth is that it is the most powerful promotional tool in your email. An email signature tells your clients and potential clients who you are, what you do and how they can get in touch with you. It can also be used as a marketing tool to drive traffic to your website or blog.
Wisestamp is a free add-on for your browser or mail software which allows you to easily create professional looking email signatures.
There’s only so many hours in a day, so we need to use them wisely. From managing our time better by limiting distractions to having a system for storing our important data, we all have our own ways to being productive.
For me being productive, either at home or at work, is to not be distracted so that I can accomplish the task at hand. And also to have a system in place so that I can easily record ideas that I have or retrieve them easily, not worrying about whether I have left them on a different computer.
Below is a list of 5 tools for increasing productivity, both at home and at the workplace.
Balsamiq is a really useful tool for creating software UI mock ups quickly, often within minutes, without needing to write any code.