Oracle Ace Award February 23, 2010Posted by Duncan in Oracle.
I’ve started off this morning feeling ACE! The reason for this great start to the day is that I’ve recently discovered that I’ve been named an Oracle ACE! I am very excited and honored to be added to the Oracle ACE community and I’m looking forward to continuing to contribute in the years ahead.
Scaning through the list there are only 258 ACEs worldwide across all specialisms (this includes ACEs for Database Management, Java, Linux etc as well as Applications). The list of all the ACEs and their profiles can be found here.
Of the current ACEs there aren’t many I recognise from the PeopleSoft world, namely David Kurtz (profile | blog), Nicolas Gasparotto (profile | blog) and Judi Doolittle – whose name I recognise as the author of my most recently purchased PeopleSoft book (profile | book). I’ve also discovered Todd Sheetz who has a blog covering various topics including PeopleSoft (profile | blog). (If you’re on there and I’ve missed you, my apologies.)
It would be nice to have a larger PeopleSoft presence in the ACE scheme, so if you work with PeopleSoft and participate actively in the community (whether it’s blogging, presenting at conferences, being helpful on discussion forums etc) then get involved!
More detail on the Oracle ACE program can be found here: