Lisa Dobson has published the 20th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs, on her Oracle Newbies Blog.
Twenty-editions-on is a good time to look back. I think I can say that Log Buffer has been quite a successful project so far. It is recognized, read, and enjoyed. Also, I’ve been very pleased by the take–up of the distributed editorship by the database blogging community — Log Buffer has had more volunteer editor–publishers in these early days than I expected. They have been uniformly friendly, enthusiastic, flexible, and informed, and I’ve enjoyed meeting and working with all of them. Here they all are, with their respective editions:
- Log Buffer #19 — Jay Pipes’s Design, Develop, Discover, Define
- Log Buffer #16 — Guy Bowerman’s Informix Application Development
- Log Buffer #13 — Ronald Bradford’s Technical Notes and Articles of Interest
- Log Buffer #12 — Giuseppe Maxia’s The Data Charmer
- Log Buffer #11 — Mark Rittman’s Oracle BI, Data Warehousing and Databases
- Log Buffer #9 — Daniel Schneller’s Blog
- Log Buffer #8 — Craig Mullins’s Perspectives on Database Management
- Log Buffer #6 — Mike Kruckenberg
- Log Buffer #4 — Doug Burns’s Doug’s Oracle Blog
- Log Buffer #3 — Bill Thater’s gruntdba
I look forward to meeting many more of you for many more Log Buffers. Adam Machanic will publish the next edition in data manipulation for fun and profit.
Here’s Lisa Dobson’s Log Buffer #20.