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January 31st, 2005 by Pete

I just saw Brian Duff's blog entry Orablogs is One Year Old! this evening on Orablogs. I didn't realise that Orablogs had been going one year already. Thanks to Brian for putting together a great site. I visit Orablogs most days amongst many of my other web haunts to check out what is new in the Oracle world and also in hope of learning something new about Oracle and about Oracle security in particular. There are a number of the Oracle bloggers who do write from time to time about Oracle security issues - and sometimes I mention their posts here.

Orablogs is a great site for anyone wanting to learn more about Oracle and to know what a lot of Oracle watchers are watching themselves.

As Brian mentions, his site was inspired by VS Babu's Oracle feed of feeds site. This is another good Oracle resource site, not particularly covering Oracle security (apart on my posts that get displayed there of course) but worth a visit all the same in the search for new Oracle Security information.

Congratulations to Brian on making it to one year!

January 2005

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