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Art of BI: ORACLENERD.com’s Chet Justice – Episode #2

Christian Screen | | June 22, 2011

Chet Justice of ORACLENERD.com fame talks shop and tells it how it is in this second episode of the ArtOfBI.com podcast.

The content of the interview is on point and insightful.  If for nothing else, you will be doing yourself a favor to hear Chet’s amazing story about how the ORACLENERD T-Shirts and swag came to be.

On this Podcast

We get a chance to listen to Oracle ACE Chet Justice’s take on his popular blog oraclenerd.com, mobile business intelligence, open source technology, Oracle BI 11g, and business.  This interview was truly as much fun as it sounds.

Chet also goes into a bit of detail on how the purchase of the ORACLENERD.com E-Business Suite Installation Guide, available on the site for $5.00 USD, goes to a great cause.  So please purchase a copy to support the cause.

Chet will also be running the Database Development Symposium at ODTUG next week,  http://kscope11.com/dbdev/85 which is sure to be a fantastic session as he lists the extremely talented guest speakers in attendance.

This Podcast’s Links

[podcast]http://aws3.artofbi.com.s3.amazonaws.com/Podcasts/ArtOfBI_20110622_Ep3.mp3[/podcast]

The podcast can be played from the media enclosure above (Just press play).  All feedback is of course very welcome.

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