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Guest post: Louise Shaxson on advising governments... and ugly babies

I have known Louise Shaxson for many years and have always valued her advice and insight. However, when she wrote to me recently to tell me that she had written a blog about how to talk to new parents about their ugly babies… I was seriously concerned that we might be heading for a fall-out. 1,043 more words

Packt go free with Oracle again for next 24 hours

Packt have made another Oracle book available for free today as part of their Free Learning initiative. For the next 24 hours you can get a book on Oracle Data Integrator 11g Cookbook from  7 more words

Books

Australia's New Guard

After a surprise victory against World Cup runners-up New Zealand in a recent ODI series, England’s surprise victory in The Ashes has put cricket firmly back on the menu in the country. 652 more words

Australia

Kumar Sangakara a gift to the game!!

Let me start by quoting Harsha Bhogle,

From the land of outrageous stroke makers, elastic wrists, mystery spinners and steel bands came a cricketer who batted like a lawyer.

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Cricket

Making progress with the ODI's Open Data Pathway

Had a small win yesterday – I gave a presentation on our use of the Open Data Institute‘s Open Data Pathway maturity assessment tool to develop better performance indicators and plan our maturity steps for the next year. 312 more words

The Subcontinent Resurgence

Four test playing nations. A former World Number One lost its way to experience one of the lowest points in the annals of their sporting history. 1,946 more words

Cricket