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Oracle Internals: A good post by Doug about DUDE

May 8th, 2006 by Pete

I was browsing orablogs (my RSS feed is not being picked up anymore on there?) and saw Doug's post titled "DUDE, Where's My Data?" and went for a read as I immediately recognised the name DUDE, as being Kurt Van Meerbeeck's Java based DUL type tool. I have spoken of this tool previously here in the past and I have also had dicussions with Kurt over his tool in the past when he was developing it and had the privilege of testing an early version. Kurt is a great guy, very clever. Doug's post is interesting as it gives some backgound to DUDE and also shows a nice demo of it running.

May 2006

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