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Oct 3 2007   11:03AM GMT

PeopleSoft bloggers unite!

Ken Cline Profile: Clinek

While there are literally hundreds of Oracle blogs out there — ranging in quality from essential daily reading to the “here’s a wacky photo of my cat” variety — the PeopleSoft blogosphere seems a bit thin. Nonetheless, I looked around and found some good quality efforts. Without further ado, here are the best of the best, IMHO:

Note that a key criterion for inclusion in this list is freshness of content — many other PeopleSoft blogs looked interesting but 3-4 entries per year doesn’t cut it. (People don’t realize how much effort is required to maintain a blog, which may explain why their average lifespan is 3-6 months.) If I’ve missed any, please let me know.



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  • Eddie Awad
    Thanks for pointing out the PeopleSoft blogs. By the way, OraNA.info currently aggregates 300+ oracle related blogs, but of course, not all 300 bloggers post on a regular basis.
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  • M Ardat
    Hi there, Thanks for the post and I completely agree "PeopleSoft blogosphere seems a bit thin" and that's why i've started my own blog at http://peoplesoftgeeks.com I hope I can keep up with the hard work a blog requires. Im into my second month and still going with some quite few posts. So far, my blog is mainly technical but i'm sure things will get mixed up as time passes. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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  • Stephen Phillips
    Tim, Thanks for the complement on the blog. It does take a lot of effort as you mentioned, but I think it may be worth it. I do go back and refer to my own content to remember how I did things.
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  • Tim DiChiara
    You're welcome, Stephen! Keep up the good work. --Tim
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