Tom Kyte: Geek of the Week

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 24 Jun 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Tom Kyte's contribution to the AskTom column and site over ten years has been outstanding. Much of what he says has relevance to all relational databases. His views are straightforward, the discussions he provokes are lively: Not only does he know a frightening amount about both Oracle and SQL Server, but he's also refreshing to listen to....

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