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    David Haimes

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    I'm a Senior Director working in Oracle Applications Product Development. I started out in Oracle UK and found my way out to California in 2000. I'm interested in technology both inside and outside of Oracle and am always thinking of how I can incorporate new ideas, technologies, methodologies or innovations into my work here at Oracle.

    My current role is product owner for General Ledger, Intercompany and Legal Entity products in Oracle Fusion Financials and eBusiness Suite General Ledger and leading the Social Strategy for Oracle Financials Applications.

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I’ve been cheating on my Blog

I have been spending time writing on another blog, it’s nothing you did, it’s about me.  I was drawn in by the star studded list of other guest bloggers such as Steve Miranda, Terrance Wampler and Steve Boese and I couldn’t resist when the offer was there to guest write on the Oracle Applications Blog.  Now that is out in the open I feel better, I mean you were all going to find out eventually but I wanted you to hear it from me.  I have to confess I was nervous at first but I was encouraged to be myself and then it was much easier.  My first draft was kicked back at me and I was asked to make it more personal, when I read the first draft again I realized it was like a marketing release, I wasn’t speaking in my own ‘voice’.  So I reworked an example I used here a while ago and I felt got my point across and it’s now a very personal post, drawing on my love of toast in the mornings and relating it to embedded BI.  So I would strongly recommend pointing your RSS readers at the Oracle Applications Blog.

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  1. [...] first blogged on this topic back in early 2010, then later introduced it in a guest post on Steve Miranda’s Oracle Applications blog and last month I did another guest post on the [...]

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