Thursday, July 21, 2005

Oracle Blogs

If you enjoy this blog, there may be other Oracle-related blogs you will also enjoy reading. You may be surprised to learn just how many good Oracle blogs are out there. I follow quite a few on a daily or casual basis. Here are my favourites.

Brian Duff hosts OraBlogs, which picks up several of the below Oracle blogs, so it can be a one-stop blog.
http://www.orablogs.com/orablogs/

Tom Kyte, respected author of "Ask Tom." Covers a pretty wide spectrum of Oracle-related topics, including new things and "best practises." This is on practically everyone's favourite blog list, and every post gets dozens of comments.
http://tkyte.blogspot.com/

Niall Litchfield has one of the first Oracle blogs I read. He has interesting posts on a variety of topics including htmldb, and Oracle 10g.
http://www.niall.litchfield.dial.pipex.com/

Howard Rogers is the master of the Dizwell Forum. The discussions therein are generally the inspiration for his posts. His passionate Oracle rants give his blog a lot of flavour.
http://www.dizwell.com/blogindex.html

David Aldridge, is an all-purpose Oracle warehouse specialist. I love his posts on warehouse design and maintenance. He also posts regularly about Oracle 10g and its features.
http://oraclesponge.blogspot.com/

Mark Rittman is a database warehouse developer and covers a lot of stuff, like modelling. He has a link to all the Oracle blogs that are out there (good or bad), so you can go through there and pick your favourites.
http://www.rittman.net/

Jeff Hunter is an Oracle DBA with a relatively new blog. He posts a wide variety of topics, and he is on a lot of people's favourites list.
http://marist89.blogspot.com/

Tim Hall is an Oracle DBA, designer and developer. Posts on a variety of topics and is not shy about sharing his opinions. Despite the fact that he doesn't use IDEs, he's one of the few people who mention them.
http://oracle-base.blogspot.com/

Doug Burns, another Oracle DBA, reads and writes papers and books. I count on him to post about the latest news and papers/books of interest.
http://doug.burns.tripod.com/oracle/

Pete Finnigan, an Oracle security expert, provides the latest news of bugs and security flaws. Even though I'm not into security that much, I still enjoy his posts.
http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/entries

Eddie Awad, an Oracle application developer who posts interesting things about Oracle as he finds them. Also talks about ColdFusion and Biztalk occasionally. Has me in his blogroll! :)
http://awads.net/wp/

Peter Scott is a manager (!) in charge of an Oracle data warehouse. As a result his posts are generally about the situation of the day, which is usually of significance to everyone.
http://pjs-random.blogspot.com/

Lisa Dobson, an Oracle DBA whose brand new blog focuses on the Newbie perspective.
http://newbiedba.blogspot.com/

Amis Technology Corner has a number of Oracle professionals from various backgrounds that post on a variety of topics, including Oracle-related events and publications, and various designs and features.
http://technology.amis.nl/blog/

Mike Ault, a Burleson consultant and published author, posts on a variety of Oracle-related topics related to his interesting adventures while consulting. No comments allowed, ostensibly for legal reasons but people posted a lot of corrections when they were allowed.
http://mikerault.blogspot.com/

Robert Freeman, another Burleson consultant and a 15-year Oracle DBA, posts on a variety of Oracle-related topics of interest to DBAs, including the types of problems he sees and solves and things he finds in the latest releases.
http://robertgfreeman.blogspot.com/

If you know of any other Oracle-related blogs that you enjoy, please add a Comment so I can check it out. Please spread the word of these great blogs!

Comments:
Thanks to Nuno:

Anjo Kolk
http://oraperf.blogspot.com/

Thanks to "Captain Obvious":

Sue Harper's Blog:
http://www.groundside.com/blog/content/SueHarper/

Peter K's Blog:
http://pkhosblog.blogspot.com/

And thanks to Peter K's links:

Chris Foot:
http://www.dbazine.com/blogs/blog-cf/chrisfoot/
 
Rob,

Mike Ault allows comments on his blog (I just left him one, in fact). However, Robert Freeman currently does not nor does Don himself.

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