Well, finally I thought I’d create myself a blog. Hopefully I won’t need to rename it – it could potentially get embarrassing to reveal on such a public scale that I don’t really have a lot of thoughts.

So, what am I going to put in here? Good question!

Originally I thought about having a Wiki to store some useful code and hints and tips, but there are already lots of Oracle Wiki sites out there (check out the one at Consultium here which has some good all-round tips).

So I thought that it might be easier to create a Blog, so that I can just drop stuff here and (if you want to!), you can comment on it. The main content will be Workflow related hints, tips and how-to’s – if anyone has anything to add here, then please contact me for details on how to post stuff here. If you want to comment on anything, then you’ll need to register, but like everything on the site (so far, at least!), it’s free to do so. Hopefully this section, plus the forum will provide lots of interesting Workflow development tips…

Apart from the Workflow stuff, I’ll probably add some other posts here of a non-Oracle nature – just general musings and things that I think people might find interesting.

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