Mohamed Houri’s Oracle Notes

December 31, 2012

2012 in review

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 7:04 pm

Finally, 2012 came to its end. Unsurprisingly my blog has not been as active as I wished it to be.

My busiest day was September the 18th in which I have published an article about interpreting TKRPOF which turned to be the most active article in my blog. This gave me a clear indication on what subject my readers want to see me focusing on. Mostly, articles that deals about explaining Oracle features using an elegant and an attractive way of narrating the core concept of those features as I did for the TKPROF article. I will keep myself on that way. In the meantime I wanted to share with you, below, my 2012 annual blog report.

Thanks to all of you and happy New Year.

Click here to see the complete report.

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