OracleFedApps Blog Introduction

Posted on 27-Sep-08. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: |

It seems there’s a blog about lots of different things these days, especially Oracle, but there has been a void relative to this type of platform for sharing Oracle E-Business Suite Federal-related interest items.  As mentioned in the About page, I’m initiating this blog to enhance knowledge-sharing among the Federal Oracle Apps Community.  Implementing, upgrading and supporting E-Business environments for Federal Agencies can be challenging, thus the more we all know, the higher the quality of the systems delivered.

I’m going to work to share news, insights, perspectives, solutions and whatever else I come up with, but also strongly encourage others to join me in this effort.  I can setup additional authors from agencies, consulting firms, independents and whoever else may want to participate.

I anticipate the blog will focus on a variety of Federal-related topics encompassing 11i, R12, lessons-learned in the trenches of managing production environments, lessons from ongoing implementations, R12 Upgrade Considerations, new functionality released, helpful patches and whatever else we come up with.  Certainly, the wider the breadth of our contributors, the better informed we’ll all be.

Thanks for visiting and it will certainly be interesting to see where this goes.

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Nice blog. When are you adding RSS feeds?

RSS feeds are automatically available with the blog template (any recent browser will probably include the RSS icon that can be clicked to subscribe). But I added a few links on the side to make it more evident to users.


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