SELECT Journal Author: Jim Czuprynski

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    Jim Czuprynski has accumulated over 30 years of experience during his career in information technology. He has served diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies in those three decades — mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager — before becoming an Oracle database administrator in 2001. He is an Oracle ACE Director and he currently holds OCP certification for Oracle 9i, 10g and 11g. Czuprynski teaches the core Oracle University database administration courses on behalf of Oracle and its education partners throughout the United States and Canada ,instructing several hundred Oracle DBAs since 2005. He was selected as Oracle Education Partner Instructor of the Year in 2009. He continues to write a steady stream of articles that focus on the myriad facets of Oracle Database administration, with nearly 100 articles to his credit since 2003 at Jim’s monthly blog, Generally … It Depends contains his regular observations on all things Oracle. Czuprynski is also a regular public speaker on Oracle Database technology features and has presented topics at Oracle OpenWorld, Hotsos, IOUG’s COLLABORATE conferences and OUG Norway.

    Jim Czuprynski
    Date File
    2015-05-20 A “Go Faster” Button: In-Memory Column Store in Oracle

    Q1 2015

    2015-05-20 Supercharged Query Performance with In-Memory Column Store in Oracle

    Q2 2015

    2014-11-17 Tighter Than Ever: New Security Features in Oracle Database 12c Release 1

    Q4 2013

    2014-11-17 Finding Oracle Database Machine’s Rightful Place in Your IT Organization’s Arsenal

    Q4 2011

    2014-11-17 Almost Automagic: Adaptive SQL Plan Management, Automatic Dynamic Sampling and Extended Column Stati

    Q3 2014

    2014-11-17 A Smart Optimizer Gets Even Smarter: Top Frequency and Hybrid Histograms in Oracle 12cR1

    Q2 2014

    2014-11-17 SQL That (Almost) Tunes Itself: Oracle Database 12cR1 Optimizer Enhancements

    Q1 2014


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