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HighLander, Nathan Dhital commented on Joel Goodman's blog post We Now have a nice DBA 2.0 community
"Anybody would tell me about " data replication using Oracle STREAMS and Oracle Advance Replication" or suggest me a www link?"
Sep 25, 2009
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"Of course I like to take Oracle OCM down the road. First let me finish Linux+ certification and PMP."
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"Nathan Are you planning to go for the OCM in the future? Joel"
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Kamran Agayev commented on Joel Goodman's blog post We Now have a nice DBA 2.0 community
"Sorry Joel but where we can find the forum here? :) Sorry for misunderstood"
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"The Forum is just the combination of all the posts that are made. So If you add a post it will start a discussion perhaps."
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Senior Principal technical team Leader Oracle University EMEA
Team leader of the DBA Certification Exam development team
Chief Architect of the OCM Exam
Speaker ant UK and EMEA User Group Conferences.

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We Now have a nice DBA 2.0 community

To all who have joined the community I hope you have had occasions to post questions to others in the community. My purpose in creating this was to create a specific forum and meetinplace for those Oracle DBAs who have or wish to attain or improve their skills in OS, storage and networks. Whilst Harald van Bfreederode and myself continue to blog on our own blogs the Message of DBA 2.0 skills is still very important. Please help us all by sharing ideas and knowledge for members of this… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2009 at 10:17am — 5 Comments

"The Blog From the DBA Classroom" launch

I have started my own blog at http://dbatrain.wordpress.com/ to discuss DBA training, DBA certification and other issues of interest to Modern Oracle DBAs. I will also post my articles and presentations on the site.
I hope you find it useful.
Joel

Posted on January 15, 2009 at 3:04am — 2 Comments

Harald van Breederode starts new Blog

Harald van Breederode, co-author of the DBA 2.0 booklet published last year has started a blog which will be of interest to Oracle DBAs, Unix Administrators and Storage Administrators. You will find his blog at http://prutser.wordpress.com/

Posted on January 14, 2009 at 2:00am — 3 Comments

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At 12:49am on September 25, 2009, HighLander, Nathan Dhital said…
Of course I like to take Oracle OCM down the road. First let me finish Linux+ certification and PMP.
At 9:27pm on February 5, 2009, vikrant dixit said…
hi joel sir,

i am really honored to be on this community, so that i can see people like you.. great people like you are always source of enthu for me..can i add you as a friend?? hope you won't mind...

i will be honored if you accept my request..

thanks and regards
VD
At 2:46am on January 24, 2009, Emad said…
Hello there Mr.Joel , Welcome to the community and best of luck with yr career !

Emad
OCP
At 5:01am on January 14, 2009, Ghanta Ravi Kumar said…
appreciated your suggestion. can you give the same way how to get recruited to work in england.
At 1:28am on November 24, 2008, Joel Goodman said…
OCM is a performance based practical test rather than a theory test. See
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=41&p_exam_id=10gOCM
At 8:15am on November 23, 2008, Ghanta Ravi Kumar said…
Hi Joel,
Iam new member and seems to be you have many friends. Iam another friend to you. btw, what is OCM exam.

thank you,
At 1:03am on November 17, 2008, Surachart Opun said…
Excellent about DBA 2.0. That is an idea make me to improve skills about OS/Storage/Network again.
At 6:25pm on November 14, 2008, Haris Klana Sanif said…
Mr Joel how i can expert with oracle can you give information
sory mr joel i am newbie at oracle

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