Not working for EDB anymore
Well, I am no longer working for EnterpriseDB. It was fun while it lasted but it’s over so I am moving on. I found a new job, locally. It’s pure Oracle and I will get to use Real Application Clusters in a production environment. That’s something I haven’t done in the past so I am looking forward to it. It’s also a java, .net and Oracle Forms shop and they are doing some interesting things with telecommunications and SMS.
From now on, I will only need to travel for conferences. No more trips to New Jersey. That’s kind of a drag as I was almost at elite status on Continental. I have two more conferences this year and it just might be enough. I may even take a trip on my own just to get the miles. One of the trips is from Tampa to San Francisco, and back, so that will get me very close. The other is to Virginia and back.
I am a database geek and I will be keeping an eye on EDB just as I did in the past. I will probably post here at the EDB blog about as frequently as I have been (not often). Or, I may let this one die and just do any EDB posting on my postgres blog. That actually makes the most sense. I think I will cross post this one there and make this my last dedicated posting on this blog.
I also plan to keep up with Postgres, for personal knowledge, just as I do MySQL. I actually want to install GridSQL and see how it performs for a variety of different applications.
On the upside, I can now call EnterpriseDB Postgres Plus Advanced Server, PP AS, without marketing having fit. Heck, if I think of it as Advanced Server Software, I can call it the PP ASS. heh But I would never do that.
So, I can guess I can close out this blog now. Later.
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