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Alive and Prutsing

Posted by Harald van Breederode on October 6, 2009

As you might have noticed I haven’t been exactly busy posting new stories on my blog. The obvious reason for this is that I have been way too busy doing other things such as prutsing with Oracle11g Release 2. Two weeks ago I taught my first NF11g class, which includes all major new release 2 new features, and you can imagine that it took some time to prepare myself for this course.

meanwhile I did upload an article (in Dutch) about SQL Plan Managementto my “Papers / Presentations” page that I wrote for the September 2009 issue of the Dutch Optimize magazine.

On my “Upcoming Events” page, which I update every week, you can read that I will present the RAC version of my “What’s the point of Oracle Checkpoints” presentation on October 29 in the web seminar series of the Oracle RAC SIG.

Furthermore I will talk about the new Data Guard features in Oracle11g Release 2 during the 4th Planboard DBA Symposium to be held on November 17.

Finally I will present my SQL Plan Management presentation on November 30 during the UKOUG Annual Conference in Birmingham.

Hopefully things are becoming a bit more quiet in the upcoming weeks so that I can find the time to write something about one or more interesting cool Oracle11g Release 2 new features.


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