Welcome Phil! We're happy to have you and it sounds like you have some great knowledge to share. I think @Bob Rhubart-Oracle would be a good person for you to know
Hello my name is Juan Carlos, I am consultant-programmer and I am working with JD Edwards since 2000. I like read, programming, read, programming... and programming.
I joined OTN to learn and share my experiences when implementing JDE.
Hi Juan Carlos and welcome to the community.
So, I guess you like reading and programming then eh!
Hi all and Moniquevdb,
My name is NITHISH. Presently working as a IT ANALYST for BACKERHAUS VEIT LTD. Its very glad to join this group as its very interesting things going on here. Recently joined in this community and want to explore . Its is the best platform to learn and spread knowledge. Once again hi all and be in touch .
@Mp3Monster and I have met, sort of. He contributed to a discussion about mentoring, and also had a great suggestion for an ArchBeat Podcast. I'm trying to rope him in as a guest producer!
Welcome Nithish, we're happy to have you!
Hi my name is RIcardo Giampaoli and I live in Brazil.
I'm a consultant and I have been working as EPM/BI Architect/developer/anything someone needs for the last 9 years now.
But I have been working with IT for 18 years (ETL, system analysts and stuff like that in the beginning)
I like Animes, play games (have more than 500.000 games for all system since TK80) and workout.
Normally people said that I don't look like a IT guy because I workout since my 16 years old but a friend of mine describe me well. He says that "Ricardo is so nerd that he workout very hard just to look like a street fighter character" heheheh.
I love to create new stuff and a project with me is a lot of fun (at least is for me ).
Nice to meet you guys.
Ricardo is so nerd that he workout very hard just to look like a street fighter character
You should put that in your bio.
Ricardo is also the co-author, along with @Rodrigo Radtke Souza, of two OTN technical articles:
Ricardo and Rodrigo have also appeared in two 2 Minute Tech Tip videos:
So, clearly, Ricardo is doing much more than playing video games!