• Joze Senegacnik 
  • Independent Consultant
  • Slovenia
  • Database Management & Performance
  • http://www.dbprof.com
  • Performance troubleshooting, IT architect , Oracle RAC, Data Guard, Information System Auditing
  • Joze has more than 20 years of experience in working with Oracle products. He started in 1988 to work with Oracle version 4. At the beginning of his IT career he was an analyst/programmer/DBA for the City of Ljubljana where, among other things, he was in charge of the implementation of the Information System for the City of Ljubljana, which also included the municipal geographical information system (GIS). From 1992 on he has been self employed as an independent researcher in the IT field and was working for different clients. For some time he had provided technical support for Oracle Slovenia. Between 1993 and 2003 he was involved in the development of GIS application systems for the Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia and in the development of applications for other governmental institutions, all based on the Oracle database. In 1994, he decided to store all graphical data in Oracle database - long before Oracle started to develop the Oracle Spatial Database Option (Oracle Spatial). Over the past ten years he's been specializing in performance tuning in optimizationfor customers in different European countries. He has developed his own set of tools for performance monitoring and analyzing trace files. Joze is also an internationally recognized speaker and a member of the highly respected Oak Table Network. He is a regular speaker in all Slovenian Oracle Users Group Conferences (SIOUG), Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) conferences, Hotsos Symposium and United Kingdom Oracle Users Group and Oracle Open World and many others. Besides sharing his knowledge through public appearances he conducts technical seminars organized either by Oracle University or himself.
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