Re: What I saw at Open World 2009
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 10:30:17 -0500
I tried to pick a few things on the Sunday Keynote address. Thought that was interesting.
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 5:31 PM, Robert Freeman <robertgfreeman_at_yahoo.com>wrote:
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> Thanks for sharing Jared. It sounds like the DBA 2.0 presentation was
> pretty misleading. I agree with your assessment on the validity of their
> tests (based solely on your notes – I didn’t attend the presentation). The
> other big problem I find with “DBA 2.0s” is that they can be completely
> clueless when their GUI doesn’t work, e.g. they don’t know what v$ views to
> look at, how to run RMAN, exp/imp, or datapump, how to format SQL*Plus
> output, etc. I try to be neither a 1.0 nor a 2.0, but a combination of both
> – using either the command-line or the GUI depending on which one is better
> suited for the task at hand.
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