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Sunday, December 24, 2006 

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and a Poll

It has been a great year. My daughter was born as well as this blog. I have launched this blog at the beginning of the year (January first to be more precise) and the readership has been great. Amongst the posts, Time Series and Automatic Pivoting were probably the most viewed.

I am on vacation in Brazil right now enjoying a family reunion. I have a big family and it is hard to get everyone together.

Next year I am planning to blog on a series of new subjects that I have been working on. I am also looking forward to talk about the new features in Oracle Data Mining 11g. Some of the topics I would like to talk about are listed below. I divided the topics into two groups: application domains and integration and application development. Let me know your favorites. If I missed your favorite topic drop me a comment.

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Merry Christmas and a fantastic new year!!

EDIT: You do not need to vote to see the results of the polls. Click on the color bars on the lower right of the poll to get the current results.

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  • Marcos M. Campos: Development Manager for Oracle Data Mining Technologies. Previously Senior Scientist with Thinking Machines. Over the years I have been working on transforming databases into easy to use analytical servers.
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