Re: New oracle myths?

A few years ago, I consulted for client that knew Don personally and
the advice that was given was a tad bit unusual ...  I would guess
that the newer ways of looking at Oracle must be cutting into his
bottom line a little bit or he wouldn't be writing articles like this
one.

The 'myth busters' are certainly helping the databases I've been
working on improve performance exponentially, and it's wonderful to be
able to actually show someone why their systems will perform better
and by how much BEFORE the changes are made.

Robyn

On Wed, 01 Sep 2004 06:48:53 -0500, bill thater <shrek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> > I'd say "lightly referenced" as being more correct.  Don has the smarts =
> > not to call anyone out by name.  But I will agree with his one =
> > statement, and I quote:
> >
> >       The standard answer to almost every Oracle question is, "It Depends."
> 
> hey!  that's MY line.;-)
> 
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