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August 12, 2008


Filed under: Oracle Events — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 5:42 am

After reading this post on Oracle Certification Blog I decided to try my chance and it did work for me, I have been confirmed for the FREE OCP Oracle Database 11g New Features for Administrators Exam Cram Session at Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco.(Only confirmed attendees will be allowed into this special Oracle University event)

Until now I didn’t do anything special for preparation and I won’t do anything more than just reading blog and forum posts related to 11g new features. Because I want to test if I can make it or not without any special activity but just consuming the FREE material around me, at the end this is a free session and it is a good opportunity to test this approach I guess. :)

These are the resources I have been reading until now.

* http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/oracle-database-11g-top-features/index.html

* http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/11g/Articles11g.php

* https://tonguc.wordpress.com/category/oracle-11g-new-features/

Also I will be around The OCP Lounge, a full service lounge including space for informal meetings exclusively for Oracle Certified Professionals and Masters only, ouuu :)

Many thanks goes to the Oracle University for both activities.

1Z0_050 – Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Administrators

Duration: 105 minutes
Number of Questions: 84
Passing Score: 61%


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