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Oracle Performance Blog Launched!

OK I know after this I'll get like couple of thousands hits more per day...heh heh kidding. But I did launch my Oracle Performance blog to do work on stuff like...
  • Oracle RAC setup's on Windows, Linux (Primarily Redhat and SuSe) and Unix(Solaris, HP-UX)
  • Performance Stuff pertaining to Oracle (RAC etc) and OS
  • Shell Scripting
  • Clusters and Load Balancing on Database(RAC) and OS(Stuff like MPI, Oscar, Piranha)
  • JDeveloper (also Eclipse, JCreator, IntellijIDEA) and Java Development in and around Oracle
  • Tools of trade (for instance Stuff from Quest) for performance testing
  • Datawarehousing and Oracle tools around it like Designer, DWH builder etc
  • Tools like VMWare will be used often but we'll also get deeper into it by really trying out ESX servers for Production Readiness. name a few. Is all that information scarce on the internet? No way! I'm just doing it all to keep myself into the learning mode and to enhance the level of my own professional level. And honestly I just want to kick some ass.

Anyways stay tuned as well cook some good stuff there.


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