Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Oracle Contractors Blog
It’s been a while since I last posted on this site. In fact, my last decent entry was about six months ago, two days before my son was born which is probably the main reason for an absence of posts on my part. I haven’t had much time to look at e-mails for the site as well but I’m going to spend the next couple of weeks working through the backlog and putting some new entries together. I had a chance today to look at the Oracle Contractors Blog, which was launched late last year and thought I would give it a mention.
It features blog entries from the following Oracle Contractors: -
- Andrew Cotterell
- Barry Goodsell
- Dax Gomez
- Dean Christofolis
- Denise Bonvicino
- Dilip Nagarkar
- Fergal Grist
- Jason Howlett
- Jazz Badeshia
- Jim Hooper
- John Temple
- Khalil Rehman
- Kuren Dhand
- Lee Broders
- Marty Biggs
- Misbah Jalil
- Neil Jenkins
- Nick Davey
- Paul Driver
- Peter Hunt
- Richard Fieldhouse
A look at some recent entries: -
- What is so special about drop shipping and why should your customers care?
- Big Brother and Shared Service Centers
- Oracle Business Intelligence Warehouse Builder 10g
- 10 years plus and still nervous!
- Are Oracle trying to get a foothold in the OS market?
- Explicit Cursors are Dead - Long live the Implicit Cursor
- Eyes on The Prize
- Interesting uses of Oracle CRM
- MFG across Continents - Can each unit close their month as per their Time Zone.
- New version - Same old problems?
- The Project Initiation Phase - Do It Right or Die
- The wrong and right way to avoid “invokeMethod” in Controllers