Introducing Jim Van Heel, Guest Author

By now, regular readers might have gathered that my plans are to assemble a dream team of guest authors from different lines of business that work with the E-Business Suite.  So far I've been lucky enough to convince senior colleagues such as Mike Shaw (Support) and Keith M. Swartz (Development) to join us here.


Success often builds on success, and so I'm pleased to welcome Jim Van Heel as a new contributor to this blog.  Jim spends nearly all of his time speaking directly to people in the field -- architects, system planners, and DBAs -- and he brings a fresh new perspective to this blog.  On top of all that, he's a snappy dresser.

Here's a short bio:

Jim is an 11i Applications Technology specialist in the Field Sales organization. Since joining Oracle in 1998, Jim has worked with big and small customers in the Utilities, Communications and Financial Services industries.

Jim works out of the Manhattan office, but he's on the road spreading the good word most of the time. One day, his sailboat will be back in the water.

Comments:

dear steven,
i would like to welcome all your guest author and i would like to encourage them to start contribut to this blog, we have a lot of guest authors but none of them are realy authoring. so its now the time to start and we are wating for your inputs.

fadi

Posted by Fadi Hasweh on July 17, 2006 at 06:47 PM PDT #

Thanks for your welcome.  In case you missed their bylines at the footer
of each article, our new guest authors have been publishing actively
already.
 
Mike's first two published articles are here:

Proactive Monitoring on an
Apps 11i Web Tier Server

Automated Configuration
Collections and Healthchecks for Apps 11i
Keith's first article is here:
Statement of Direction:
Oracle E-Business Suite and Content
Management
Jim's first
article is here:
Forms Personalization - Get
It While It's Hot!Regards,Steven 

Posted by Steven Chan on July 18, 2006 at 05:49 PM PDT #

are we by any chance related?

Posted by Hani Hasweh on July 22, 2006 at 09:22 PM PDT #

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