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By Franck Pachot

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Statistically, my blog posts starting with a single SQL keyword (like COMMIT and ROLLBACK) in the title are not fully technical ones, but about moves. Same here. It is more about community engagement, people sharing. And about a friend. And clusters of course…

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In 2020 because of this COVID virus, we try to avoid clusters of people. And everybody suffers from that in the community because we have no, or very few, physical conferences where we can meet. This picture is from 6 years ago, 2014, my first Oracle Open World. I was not a speaker, I was not an ACE. Maybe my first and last conference without being a speaker… I was already a blogger and I was already on Twitter. And on Wednesday evening, after the blogger’s meetup, I missed the Aerosmith concert. For much better: a dinner at Scoma’s with these well-known people I was just meeting for the first time. It is not about being with famous people. It is about talking with smart people, who have long experience in this technical community, and are good inspiration on many topics – tech and soft skills. Look at who is taking the picture, visible in the mirror replica (as in a MAA Gold architecture</p />
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