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By: Harald van Breederode

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Happy New Year and Welcome!

Posted by Harald van Breederode on January 1, 2009

First of all I wish you a happy and healthy 2009! And secondly I welcome you on my Blog. Hopefully you will find something of interest to you. And if that isn’t the case today I hope you will come back in the near future. Since I just started this Blog today there isn’t really much content yet, but I uploaded some papers I (co-)wrote and a few user group presentations I presented recently. You’ll find them on my papers / presentations page. I also created an About me page where you can read something about me and this Blog.
-Harald

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4 Responses to “Happy New Year and Welcome!”

  1. Kate Farrow said

    What a good idea to start a blog. Why don’t you write your OU Tech Newsletter input here and get the readers linking to this blog?
    Happy New Year.

  2. Hi Harald,

    This is a very clear and understandable site with interesting topics. We are now awaiting the RAC and DataGuard special – commandline- features and tips from your hand.

    Please continue this way!

    For the Ducth (deaf) readers, check http://portal.omroep.nl/portal/tt888

  3. Hi Harald,

    Good luck with you’re blogging experience.

    Yesterday at the dataguard course you were telling me that there was a reason why you use this url but unfortunately it was too long a story to tell it at the moment.

    Maybe that u can write a post about the deeper meaning of the word prutser :) besides the technical posts.

    Anyways keep up the good work!

  4. Sander Wendel said

    Hi prutser,

    what a nice surprise to see that you also started logging!
    I don’t know where you find the time to do this, but then, maybe working at Oracle isn’t as demanding as it seems :-)

    Good luck mate, I’ll be following you!

    Kind regards, groetjes, Sander Wendel.

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