RE: 1 DBA in a company

That's basically where I am - I can usually manage everything, but it
would be great to have at least one other DBA here to just bounce things
off of and get someone to challenge my ideas - that's how I get better

I try to replace that with lists like this one, but the one problem with
being subscribed to a handful of lists like these is the sheer volume of
e-mails that I just do not have the time to sort through until the
weekend... which usually means I do not benefit from the conversation at
hand at the moment.

Does anyone else use the lists like that? Are there any good forums that
you would recommend?


Thanks,
Brad

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[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dwayne Cox
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Subject: Re: 1 DBA in a company


> Being the only DBA in an organization is difficult for more reasons
than just time off.  Most people learn by collaboration, and bounce
ideas off each other.  With no exchange, you can often find yourself
with nobody to provide a sanity check, especially in critical
situations.
>   
I have learned to deal with being the lone DBA but not having someone to

bounce ideas off has been the biggest disadvantage for me.

dwayne


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