Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Chris Date in Edinburgh on 13 and 14 May 2010

In the noise of of all the announcements, blogs, mails, twats (and mostly plain ads), this is one that I want to Recommend.

Chris Date is doing a Seminar in Edinburgh on 13 and 14 May.

If this seems like total nonsense for you: Google Chris Date

If you work with Information Systems and notably with Databases, chances are the work of this man has had an impact on what you do.

And to better understand what you do, and how you can do it Well, it is worth to read, discuss and understand his work.

To know where this field of expertise is really going, the work of Chris is probably just as relevant, if not more, then the latest re-naming of crs or asm processes and logfiles.

I was not kidding when I had Oracle Magazine write up my nr 1 tip for people who want to get into IT: Get your Basics Knowlege Right. You could do worse then to start with the work of Chris Date.


Coskan Gundogar said...

I wish I could be there but I am tied by tight budgets :(

By the way to avoid getting "date with Chris" as search result it could be better you put "" for the search key :)

PdV said...

Hi Coskan, good to see you again. Same here on Budget, but I'm sure we'll meet at some SIG or event again.

As for the search link: when I click it, the very first google-result is Chris J Date in Wikipedia and most of the other seem to relate to him as well. So far so good.


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