Growing up I was told I should pursue nursing or administration like others in my family, but nursing school never felt like a fit for me. Living in the DC-area gave me exposure to and a great appreciation for service men and women - so I took the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) and discovered I was mechanically inclined. Even though no one in my family had ever served in the military, I took this new understanding and made the leap, and as they say: it has made all the difference.
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It’s been a busy month since my last blog post, after presenting at COLLABORATE18 in Las Vegas and then at the British Columbia Oracle User Group (BCOUG) first-ever Tech Day in Vancouver. I was pleasantly surprised to find that my current topics – Database In-Memory enhancements, database options for the Oracle Public Cloud, and the latest database release’s capabilities for accessing data directly from JSON, HDFS, and HIVE formats – resonated with the Oracle DBAs and application developers that attended my sessions.