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How to setup Gmail for iPhone

Gmail Setup

One of the great thing about Google for the iPhone is that you can truly integrate your Gmail, contacts and calendar with your iPhone.
Before Google for iPhone
A frustration I used to have is that I …

Guide to Getting The Most From Your iPhone 4

Apple's iPhone 4

A Quick Start Guide to Unlocking the Full Potential for your iPhone 4. A one-stop place to learn all about your iPhone 4 and get the most out of it. From shortcuts to increase productivity to setup to having your emails push to your iPhone as they arrive in inbox to Apps recommendation for increased productivity and getting things done.

DBA Oracle SQL Cheat Sheet

I’ve created an Oracle SQL cheat sheet to list all the Oracle specific commands which I commonly “forget”. This will be a growing list and I will add items in there as I come across them. As always, if you feel there is anything worth adding to the list, please feel free to share in the comments.

Do You Know About Oracle Database’s Recycle Bin?


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.

Tools to Protect You From Your Computer

Google Calendar Sync screenshot

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.