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June 26, 2007

Is Tonguc still alive – https://tonguc.wordpress.com’s first 6 months and over 50,000 hits :)

Filed under: Other — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 4:30 pm

I am so sad for the last two months, I have been given a critical management assignment for my company, couldn’t say the magic word -NO- and this absolute waste of time duty consumed all of my valuable time. Couldn’t read enough and write the posts I planned. I hope this will change within 15 days..

I started this blog with the new year 2007, by the first six months wordpress says I crossed 50,000 hits :) Up to now the most read entries were –

Introduction to Oracle Trace Utulity and Understanding The Fundamental Performance Equation
Oracle 10g Flashback Versions Query, Drop Table and Recyclebin Management
Oracle Best Practices Part 1
Oracle SQL Extentions Part 1
Oracle Built-in Functions – Part 1

I hope to be much more productive and continue my posts within the categories I mentioned at http://tonguc.yilmaz.googlepages.com/

And also I have to mention that I was surprised when my latest post didn’t get the attention I expected, so what do you think about it? :)



  1. Congratulation!


    Comment by Patrick — June 26, 2007 @ 8:22 pm | Reply

  2. How nice to hear that you are still alive . (So we can call this as THE RETURN OF THE LEGEND :))

    And about your last post: I think people like to READ but stay away from WRITING or ADDING COMMENTS. I’m sure they categorized the Oracle People in their mind but did not add that as a commet to your post. So the problem is on our side not yours :)

    And also I must say that it was an interesting post and to see such non-technical posts (or semi-technical posts :) ) on a fully technical blog makes us happy…

    Comment by ibrahimdemir — June 26, 2007 @ 8:46 pm | Reply

  3. […] 50,000th hit celebration post came within 6 […]

    Pingback by Celebrating the coming 100,000th hit « H.Tonguç YILMAZ Oracle Blog — October 15, 2007 @ 3:28 pm | Reply

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