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Pankaj Chandiramani's Blog

Pankaj Chandiramani work as Application Engineer in Oracle India. He write abt my learnigs in any of oracle products like E-business Suite ,Application Server , Collaboration Suite , 10g Database , Fusion Middleware etc.
(Created 2006-10-26 | Last visit 2022-01-08 Report dead link Report dead link )

Vattekkat Babu

I am now located in Bangalore, India, since February 2004. I work as a Product Development Manager, responsible for a P&L division in charge of two *nix products. I started my career as a Network Engineer with CMC Ltd. , in September 1993. In May 1995, I joined Infosys Technologies Ltd. - which was a nice and small firm then - to work in software development in Oracle technologies. My client was Adidas-Salomon SA of France. In March 1998, I joined RAPIDIGM Inc. as a Systems Analyst. Since April 2001, I work for The Nature Conservancy as a Sr. Technologist, in Arlington VA, USA.
(Created 2006-03-10 | Last visit 2021-11-25 Report dead link Report dead link )


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