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Emrah Mete

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About Emrah:


Emrah demonstrates an outstanding commitment to building the expertise of the Turkish Oracle community. He is one of the core founding members of TROUG (Turkish Oracle User Group) and plays an active role in TROUG's non-profit organization. He has held the position of Database Development SIG Chairman for 2 periods, while also maintain a high level of activity as speaker or organizer local Oracle-related events. Emrah is well known within the Oracle Community and his contributions are followed by virtually the entire Oracle Community in Turkey.


Emrah is currently involved in large scale projects using his deep expertise in Oracle SQL, PL/SQL and Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and these projects adding him deep knowledge in also Oracle database architecture as well. He is especially known as one of the Oracle SQL and Oracle PL/SQL experts in Turkey. Both his colleagues and followers of his blog and social media consult with him about complex database queries, query optimization and Oracle related technical questions. His blog has been active for five years and is one of the most widely followed Oracle-oriented blogs in Turkey. Most content is in Turkish, so that local Oracle professionals can understand and leverage his information more easily, but he also publishes some content in English.

Emrah is also a Oracle Certified SQL Expert.




OTN Community Name: emrah mete

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