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7 responses to “Naomi’s Questions For Oracle OpenWorld 2010”

  1. Steve Tennant

    Wow, Naomi, as usual, an impressive list of questions. I think at least a case of tequila is in order for the person who can answer these!


  2. Zoli Erdos

    Whoever can answer all these, does not have to go to Oracle World anymore, since he/she knows more than they do 🙂

  3. Naomi Bloom

    Many thanks to all for your supportive feedback. I’m hoping that, by having done my part, Oracle will put me at the top of the list for my very own personal demo tenant in their first up multi-tenant Fusion HCM instance. Then I’ll be able to answer at least some of my own questions and justify a total tequila wipe-out. Might even enable a llambada or two.

  4. Martin Burns

    I think I need some tequila after reading those questions… “And Now for the Toughies” _Now_?? That’s the precise point where, to quote W. Tincup “My head just exploded from reading Naomi Bloom’s blog post”.

    That said: frickin’ awesome. Go get that demo. You just earned it.

    1. Naomi Bloom

      Martin, If you think these are tough questions, you may enjoy the “killer” scenarios I’ve been posting on my blog Check categories for the scenarios as there are quite a few blog posts on these — and more coming.

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