As I promised in my previous blog posting, I got the opportunity to ask Ronald Bradford some questions. I hope this serves as an introduction to Ronald, and that you’ll attendKaleidoscope to learn more from Ronald in person.
MR: Would you like to share some background information about yourself for
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My next subject for an interview is one of my all time favorites: Steven Feuerstein.
Steven has a new website (in beta right now) called “The PL/SQL Challenge”. From the website:
Welcome to the PL/SQL Challenge
The Challenge is simple: you p
ODTUG Kaleidoscope Early Bird Registration ends March 24th…Register now to reduce your costs!
My next blog subject is an ODTUG favorite, Duncan Mills. Duncan has his own blog, and he is the director of product management for Oracle’s Application Development Tools including Oracle JDeveloper, Forms,