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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by olddog, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. olddog

    olddog Active Member

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    I must have gone through a mid life crisis or something, at the age of 48 I decided to embark on a new career in I.T. I have been introduced to Oracle which is great but alas I,m not getting much help from Uni lecturers on the subject. So basically I have been self taught, and if I can answer any problems that come up I'll certainly try and help.:)
     
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    Sadik Community Moderator Forum Guru

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    Hi OD

    Welcome to club-oracle... In my experience the best way to learn is through practice. I hope you do have a test system in place where you can practice to learn

    And all the best... :)
     
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    olddog Active Member

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    Hi Sadik
    yes I am currently using Oracle 10g and practice most days, however one of my problems is I don't know when to quit, when faced with a problem I wont stop until its solved, Before I put my hand up for help I exhaust all possibilities and resources.

    Chhers
     
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    Sadik Community Moderator Forum Guru

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    That's a brilliant attitude. It's this never giving up attitude which helps us learn the most. i am more of an application guy then a database guy but i too end up spending countless hours over sometimes trivial issues just to make sure it works the absolutely right way.