Please find the list below of illustrious bloggers whom the blog editor is tagging now.
Be sure to click on the links and read their interesting posts:
Atul Kumar - Become Apps DBA Blog
Chris Warticki - Oracle Support Blog
Jo Davis - Confessions of an Oracle Apps Consultant Blog
Richard Byron - Oracle Apps Blog
Ameed Taylor - Oracle Customization & Extension SIG Blog
Anil Passi - Oracle Apps Technical Blog
Bas Klaassen - EBS DBA Blog
Sampath Palani - Apps DBA Blog
It's time to reveal eight things that you may not (and need not!) know about the blog editor:
I - Has been attending Oracle conferences since 2001 but has never paid to attend one! (The secret: Attend as presenter and the conference fee is waived!)
II - Part of the fun in traveling around the world for #1 above is the opportunity to see great cities of the world and their architecture. The Great Wall of China, Sydney Opera House and the Tower of London were all places that were part of the sightseeing while attending the Oracle community gatherings.
III - A firm believer in the value of a single voice in the application modules area, founded and chaired the Procurement SIG and later Contracts SIG. Both SIGs went on to win Certificate of Distinction from OAUG during the tenure and today are very popular.
IV - Though born half-way round the world, is often mistaken for a Mexican in California! Many have tried to speak in Spanish but got a curt response - "No hablo español"
V - Became a Bengals fan without ever visiting Cincinnati. Friends say its a subconscious way of remembering one's roots in the land of the Royal Bengal tiger.
VI - A question often asked by folks who see the blog editor online at all hours of the day - "When do you sleep?" (Answer: On Sundays)
VII - Presently works in a cylinder shaped steel building (picture on the left). If one arrives in San Francisco airport and travels on the highway towards Silicon Valley, the cylinder shaped buildings would be on the left. Legend has it that it represents the great database that is in its eleventh edition!
VIII - Hides in the anonymity of the "OCP Advisor" tag and never mentions one's name on the blog. Was thrust in the limelight briefly in 2007 when OAUG presented the Member of the Year award.