MobaXterm 20.0 and KeePass 2.44

And in other news about things I’ve missed recently…

MobaXterm 20.0 was released a couple of days ago. It looks like they’ve switched across to the yearly naming like many other companies. 🙂

The downloads and changelog are in the usual places.

If you are working on Windows and spend a lot of time in shells for connections to Linux boxes, you need this in your life!

KeePass 2.44 was released nearly a month ago.

The downloads and changelog are in the usual places.

You can read about how I use KeePass and KeePassXC on my Windows, Mac and Android devices here.

Happy days!

Cheers

Tim…

Advert: PL/SQL Masterclass Updates…

This month I’ll be doing some PL/SQL Masterclasses for Oracle University. The following dates have been confirmed:

  • Singapore (14-15)
  • Syndey (18-19)
  • Melbourne (21-22)

For more details contact Oracle University here.

Originally there was an extra session in Hong Kong, but this has now been cancelled.

In November the following dates are scheduled:

  • Bulgaria (22-23)
  • Serbia (25-26)

Cheers

Tim…

Twitter, funny coincidences and updates…

Inspired by Dan Norris, I ventured on to Twitter yesterday and had a really good laugh. I’m not sure how regular a visitor I will be, but it is a neat way to keep in touch, and vent occasionally. It takes a bit of getting used to… 🙂

Jake posted this on twitter, “slammed finger in door ftw!”, and soon after this blog post appeared, Half-Baked Idea: “Tweet” your Pain! Spooky… 🙂

Regarding Twitter clients, Dan suggested Snitter and Eddie suggested Twhirl. Both had problems from behind a firewall, but worked fine from home. I logged on this morning and saw this, The Best Twitter Client for Windows Desktop, shared by Andy C on Google Reader.

Finally, I was in the mood for a cleanup, so I decided to revamp my Blog Aggregator. It’s been chugging along merrily for nearly two years, but it was looking a little sad and neglected, so I spruced it up a bit. It was never meant to include all Oracle blogs, like OraNA.info, just things I follow.

Cheers

Tim…