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Goodbye Oracle Corporation (Modern Love) August 14, 2017

Posted by Richard Foote in Richard's Musings.


It’s with a mixture of excitement, trepidation and a touch of sorrow that I today handed in my resignation after 6 years at Oracle Corporation.

My plans at this stage are to take a bit of time-off initially, before going back to providing Oracle Database consulting and training services as I’ve done in the past. Stay tuned for some exciting offerings !!

It’s truly been a great pleasure and honour to have worked with such a fantastic team at Oracle Australia. I sincerely wish Oracle continued success into the future.


1. John Scott - August 14, 2017

Good luck for the future Richard – exciting times for sure!


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2. Hemant K Chitale - August 14, 2017

New Adventures and Insights from you !

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3. PP - August 14, 2017

Good luck Richard

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4. Noons - August 14, 2017

Let us know what you’re doing on the education field. I’m going to need to retrain our DW folks and sending them all to an Oracle course would achieve little and cost the world! The email I use here is valid for contacting me.

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5. Ric - August 15, 2017

Best of luck! I hope you make it to the symposium in the future. Keep on rockin!

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Richard Foote - August 17, 2017

Phew, that’s a relief for Oracle shareholders for sure 🙂


7. Ben Brumm - August 16, 2017

Good luck for the future Richard!

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