Happy Easter Message !! March 20, 2008Posted by Richard Foote in Uncategorized.
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To all of you who celebrate Easter, I hope you have a truly wonderful Easter break.
Try not to eat too much chocolate and don’t waste too much of your precious time rebuilding indexes :)
Have fun !!
Merry Christmas and a Happy Index Rebuild Free New Year !! December 23, 2007Posted by Richard Foote in Uncategorized.
To those of you who celebrate Christmas and happen to stumble occasionally across these humble Blog entries, I would just like to wish you all a wonderful, joyful Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year.
I’ve now been doing this Blogging thing for nearly two weeks, hasn’t time just flown by !!
Reaction to the Blog has generally been really positive so thank-you all for your encouraging comments both on and offline. If you haven’t done so already, please let me know what you think about some of the things I’ve covered thus far. Has it been at all useful, interesting, thought provoking, educational, or has it generally been boring, overlong, impractical and in danger of losing touch with reality.
Are there any specific things or topics you might like covered or discussed in the future or should I just spend more time talking about Radiohead ?
Any thoughts or opinions, on or offline would be greatly appreciated.
I’m off now to wrap some presents …
Richard Foote’s Oracle Blog Has Arrived !! December 11, 2007Posted by Richard Foote in Oracle Blog, Richard's Musings, Uncategorized.
Finally decided it might be worth giving this blogging lark a go.
Occasionally, as I come across interesting Oracle Database related issues, I’ll post my thoughts and opinions and who knows what else and perhaps, just maybe, others may find it interesting or useful as well.
However, will try and focus on the specific topic of Oracle Indexes as it’s such a huge and important area in any Oracle database design. It’s also an area in which there is much confusion, more than it’s far share of myths and popular misconceptions and one in which DBAs, Developers, Database Designers and the like all have a key role to play.
Let the fun begin …