Thanks to Daniel Fink I was able to upload some pictures now. Have a look at my written posts.
In the meanwhile (if you didn’t notice) a not so nice argument is going on about copying other peoples work. In my presentation I used slides from Mr. Thomas Kyte, adjusted pictures from the XMLDB Developers Guide (which I mentioned to the audience) and I couldn’t use material, because I am still bound by Oracle 11g Non Disclosure Agreements I signed for as an employee from AMIS. I left it out, although it probably is not so harmful, but because I couldn’t get consent from Mr. Mark Drake, Sr. Product Manager XMLDB, I didn’t use them. He didn’t had the time to check, because he is very busy as well, presenting in Vancouver, and I didn’t want to really bother him with it.
I think the following is the only honest way to do it (and if you get no consent, live with it):
Sent: vrijdag 2
november 2007 12:10
To: Marco Gralike
Subject: Re: Regarding
use of some of your slides (worst practices – oow 2006) / my presentation at
that looks great, I’d be very pleased to
contribute that way. when is your session, time permitting, I’ll come and sit
in on it.
Marco Gralike wrote:
possible to use some of your slides from your presentation of OOW 2006
Practices: http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/asktom/z?p_url=ASKTOM%2Edownload_file%3Fp_file%3D6823843013611114197&p_cat=OOW_WorstPractices.zip&p_company=822925097021874)I am doing a
presentation on XMLDB during UKOUG and I wanted to use some slides of your
presentation, with your permission, to show what triggered me in making the
presentation (also see my view on some points here http://tkyte.blogspot.com/2006/11/worst-practices.html).Although the
discussion on your blog triggered me; my presentation will be focussed on
logical and physical design.By the way I
am not completely sure yet that I have the time (regarding the 45 min timeslot)
to discuss / or use your slides…A first
(really really first) attempt of the powerpoint presentation is
To be honest, this these practices, can make me very emotional. A lot of sweat and tears go into making a proper presentation; regarding testing, checking and testing and trying to do the best you can, and sometimes it is even in "borrowed" family time (which counts double), besides the employers time.