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Re: [vox] Oracle AppServer (9iAS) training - Quilogy Roseville
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Re: [vox] Oracle AppServer (9iAS) training - Quilogy Roseville

Eric D. Pierce wrote:
fwiw, Quilogy Roseville offers Oracle 9iAS training (they
are an Oracle business partner):


I attended training there recently and was very satisfied
with their instructors and facility. They went beyond the
usual "Oracle-speak" mindset that I was expecting.

I have also attended Quilogy training in Oracle 9iAS. Although the experience was valuable, I did find that the instructor had a few gaps in knowledge that may make a difference in implementation; e.g., he said that the Oracle 9iAS web server was an Oracle product, when, in fact, it is Apache -- And then he was thoroughly confused when I informed him that Apache was an Open Source, freely available web server. Apparently, he'd never heard of Free software before.

Overall, though, I'd say that their training was 4 out of a possible 5; with the exception of the aforementioned gaps, it was very helpful.

If Quilogy sees it as a sufficiently attractive marketing
opportunity, they might be willing to send one of their
trainers to do a user-group presentation.

That's a possibility -- if for no other reason, it would be good to raise Quilogy's awareness of Free and Open Source software.


On 30 Jun 2003 at 0:54, Bill Kendrick wrote:

I just noticed this over on SacLUG.org:

 Wednesday, July 9, 2003 -

... has been working on Oracle App

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