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I am delighted to share with you that I have secured 27th position in Annual Logic Championship for 2015 🙂
The championship was organised by Oracle PL/SQL Challenge. The championship was held on invitation only basis. There were 41 participants from across the world. Below is the result of the championship.
The number next to the name represents the number of times the player has participated in a championship. Thanks Oracle and PL/SQL Challenge for the public recognition of my accomplishment.
I am ecstatic to share with you that I have been awarded by Oracle PL/SQL Challenge, an online website which offers a daily quiz on Oracle PL/SQL. The website has quickly attracted over 1,000 daily players, making it one of the most active PL/SQL-related websites on the Internet.
I am awarded for “High Ranking in Month” for September 2015 and November 2015 in their competition “I Love Logic“.
High Ranking in Month for November 2015
High Ranking in Month for September 2015
Public recognition of accomplishment on PLSQL Challenge website
Its an honour to win this award among 1400 active participants from across the globe 🙂 Thanks Oracle and PL/SQL Challenge for the public recognition of my accomplishment 🙂
Diary on Sangam’15
21st, 22nd Nov 2015 at Hyderabad International Convention Centre, HITEC City, Hyderabad, India
In the recently concluded two day Oracle conference – Sangam 2015, there were more number of attendees than last year (Sangam 2014). Sangam – An annual conference for Oracle Technologist across India is organised by AIOUG (All India Oracle Users Group) and aptly has tagline of ‘meeting of minds…’.
It was a privilege to attend such a large scale event for third consecutive year. It was an honour to get in touch with the Oracle ACE and Oracle ACE Directors and hear them speak in front of august gathering. There were numerous sessions lined-up as always. I had briefly shared the sessions attended by me during the two days conference.
Day 1: 21st November 2015
Kamran Agayev – Oracle Certified Master – His session on “Oracle 12c ASM new features” with webetorial was very crisp and provided lot of insights into the world of Oracle 12c for ASM.
Aman Sharma – Oracle ACE – His session on “Oracle RAC Node Eviction” was overwhelming and demonstrated his expertise in the RAC yet again. It was very useful.
Day 2: 22nd November 2015
Oracle VM and Oracle Linux – Kamal Dodeja (Sales Consulting Manager) and Ritesh Kumar (Senior Technical Consultant) from Oracle India Pvt. Ltd. – Their session on Oracle Linux and Oracle VM was primarily revolving around the Technical features offered by Oracle Linux and Oracle VM and concluded with the pricing details.
I had previously blogged about installation of Oracle VM, Oracle Linux and Installation of Oracle 12c on Oracle Enterprise Linux which is available here.
One interesting takeaway from this session of theirs was ksplice – which actually provides high availability and reduces downtime. Overview, Downloads and Documentation on ksplice is available at OTN here. It was a strategic acquisition made by Oracle in 2011. This enables important kernel patches to be applied without reboot or without bringing down any application services in Oracle Linux.
Debaditya Chatterjee – Product Manager Oracle USA – Oracle Database In-Memory Options – It was a good review of Oracle In-Memory database which was delivered by Maria Colgan in the last edition of Sangam. His session focused on the what’s and why’s of Oracle In-Memory database.
Satyendra Pasalpudi – Oracle ACE Director – His session on “Oracle Cloud DBA” showcased the next thing from Oracle – Oracle Cloud. The session was mainly for DBAs.
The conference closed with a motivational speech by “Dr. Rajdeep Manwani” – who shared his priceless life experiences about hard-work, patience, perseverance, failure, success and imaginary finishing line in marathon when most of the contestant gives up.
Thanks to AIOUG and Oracle Technology Network (OTN) for organising such events and providing Oracle fraternity in India a splendid opportunity to hear the speakers from elite Oracle community 🙂