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March 20, 2008

My first video blog entry test – Oracle Quality and Performance for Free summary

Filed under: Oracle Other — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 6:19 am

After seeing Eddie Awad’s Oracle in 3 Minutes series I planed to play with the trial of Camtasia Player. Camtasia Player is a simple, standalone video player, optimized for playing screen recordings.

I receive lots of comments on why I am not writing in Turkish, my native language. So I decided to use this tool as an opportunity to summaries some of my most read posts. After a small introduction to the tool I directly tried myself on my Oracle Quality and Performance for Free summary. My first recording experience was really fun, but I know I have to study more on my voice and tool’s options like pointer style, resolution etc. for the possible future videos. I am not sure if our community has a video blog but after experiencing Camtasia for some of us I am sure writing will be harder :)

Download and extract this zip file to a directory and use oracle-for-free.html file to play the video. (size ~58 Mb and download password is “lnk_psswd”)

Last week I spend lots of my time on our 10g multi-terabyte billing systems’ migration from hp tru64 to ibm aix environment. Cross Plathform Transportable Tablespace database migration or Data Pump options were not excepted by the management because of their downtime requirements. And the project was based on a redo change data capture tool Golden Gate, I will be blogging about this method and its risks later.

And also I hope to study Oracle’s Warehouse Builder next week and blog about my experiences, with its new version OWB is much more strong now, not only for ETL purposes but also for our daily needs ;)

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