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The EDB Blog
Jan Karremans is Product Marketing Director at EDB, providing in-depth insights and on PostgreSQL. With over 25 years of experience in the database market and a former qualified Oracle ACE, Jan is a well-respected expert in relational database technologies, speaking regularly at conferences around the globe. Prior to joining EDB Jan was director of operations for Portrix, where he was responsible for all IT operations and specifically for running Portrix GPM software. In his free time, Jan enjoys traveling the country-side with his wife, preferably in a good size RV.
The Tom Kyte blog
Tom has been using Oracle since 1988. Tom has been working at Oracle since 1993 (version 7.0). Another great site of toms is asktom.oracle.com
Kevin Clossons ORacle blog
Kevin Closson is a Performance Architect in Oracle’s Systems Technology Group which is a part of Server Technologies. He is working on future products that he ca not talk about yet, so…
Brats Oracle DBA blog
I am an Oracle DBA at one of the largest IT service companies in the world, and i have worked with Oracle since Oracle 7
Tanel Poders Blog: Core IT for Geeks and Pros.
I think it is a matter of keeping an open mind and knowing that you have friends and colleagues who are open to new ideas. Support is absolutely critical, even when you dont necessarily agree with what is being said. That keeps the flow of information open
Sams WebLog On Oracle Applications Technology
Ive been using Oracle since 1990 and spent 10 years working there as part of the System Performance Group and 5 years as the Senior Director of Database Engineering at Network Solutions. Currently, Im Vice President of Systems Architecture at Agilex Technologies.
Natalka Roshak Database Consulting
I am a database administrator, analyst and architect with 5+ years experience and published expertise in the field.
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