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September 28, 2007

Two new page anouncement: “Introduction to Oracle for Newbies” and “Oracle Quality and Performance for FREE”

Filed under: Oracle How To,Oracle Other — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 10:12 am

I study Oracle database and its development tools each year during my company’s internship program with young engineers; https://tonguc.wordpress.com/2007/07/16/turkcell-rd-software-development-internship-2007-started/

So all attendants needed a start point and introduction guidance, as a result I consolidated what I have been writing for some time and added two new links to “Highlights” menu at the right top of my blog, as below;

A. Introduction to Oracle for Newbies


for more information please also check http://www.oracle.com/technology/getting-started/index.html

B. Oracle Quality and Performance for FREE –


If you’re also new to Oracle Database, or even new to administration or development responsibilities and technologies, these resources may guide and assist you through the learning process.


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