This blog used to be about database technology. Recently, it was hard for me to find the time and motivation for publishing articles about these topics. I shifted its focus to other areas, but since the tech part of uhesse.com still gets lots of hits each day, I decided to keep it for the convenience of all these visitors with tech interests.
I’m working as Training Coordinator for Exasol.
The certificates I hold include
Exasol Certified Administrator
Exasol Certified Database Developer
Exasol Certified Performance Expert
Oracle Certified Master
Oracle Certified Expert for Exadata
Oracle Certified Expert for Data Guard
Oracle Certified Expert for Real Application Clusters
The complete list of my Oracle certificates is here.
I’m member of the Oak Table, a network for the Oracle scientist, who believes in better ways of administering and developing Oracle based systems.
#1 von Kamran Agayev A. am Mai 8, 2009 - 08:01
Hi Uwe Hesse
You have a good career. I’m proud of you
Being OCP+OCM and Instructor in Oracle University is every Oracle DBA’s wish. Also mine
Good luck in the future
#2 von Albert Spijkers am Juli 21, 2009 - 14:07
I am a Oracle OCP 9i, 10g and 11g myself. Not yet an Oracle certified Master yet. I enjoy your website/blog role.
Drs. Albert Spijkers
Tel. : 06-26839051
#3 von Prasanna Kumar Sahu am November 26, 2009 - 15:13
Hi Uwe Hesse
This is Prasanna from Bangalore (india). nice to see u. your profile is marvelous .just now i start my career in oracle. SO i want to be touch with u always.
Thanks & Regard
Prasanna (OCP 9i and 10g)
Trimax Data Center service pvt ltd
#4 von Govind am August 31, 2010 - 17:49
Wow!! I am impressed with your profile. I like to touch base with you
#5 von OracleRaj am Mai 11, 2011 - 14:17
Great….. Your blog is really helpfull.
#6 von cra am Juni 13, 2011 - 12:22
IC5 means Individual Contributor 5 at Oracle, not International Career level. IC = Individual contributor, M = Manager.
#7 von Uwe Hesse am Juni 15, 2011 - 17:46
Let me guess: You are from Oracle HR, right? 🙂
#8 von Abb am Juli 26, 2011 - 15:50
I thought IC6 the highest level in Oracle for Individual Contributor?
#9 von Uwe Hesse am Juli 27, 2011 - 03:07
Maybe, but not in my Line of Business – at Oracle University, it stops at IC5. And even those are hard to find; not sure I ever met an IC6 in other LOBs 🙂
#10 von Radha Narayanan am Juni 1, 2012 - 21:02
Hi, I have about four years of working experience with oracle databases 8i,9i and 10g with a bank – I would like to become an oracle faculty member like you – what should i do for that
#11 von Uwe Hesse am Juni 3, 2012 - 08:40
Hi, you may try jobs.oracle.com and/or apply at the Oracle HQ in your country to become an Oracle University Instructor. Apart from the required qualifications that you may or may not fulfill, chances are very limited to get hired. I see no vacancies for OU Instructors worldwide, unfortunately…
#12 von Tanel Poder am September 18, 2012 - 15:14
So, IC5 is like a black-belt in Oracle Corp, right 😉
#13 von Uwe Hesse am September 18, 2012 - 15:38
More or less that is true, regarding this quote: „By reaching Black Belt level, one had, in fact, completed only the necessary requirements to embark upon a relentless journey without distance that would ultimately result in self-mastery.“ from http://www.gojuryu.net/articles.php?article_id=43
Thanks for stopping by, Tanel 🙂