User:David.t.bath

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Name This user's name is David T. Bath .
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Background[edit]

  • Academic: Human health (incl: Pathology prize Deakin University 1982)
  • Professional: Information Systems
  • Major contribution to internet: Original OraFAQ (as comp.datases.oracle)

Where professional and private interests meet:[edit]

  • Information Systems governance, especially privacy/security issues

Major Quotable Quotes[edit]

  • "Find out what you're good at, and do Good with it."
  • "It makes no difference whether you use clay tablets or quantum computers, the real issues of information management remain the same."


Contrib Summary To Guess Interests[edit]

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PERSONAL Point-of-View Articles[edit]

Enterprise Architecture[edit]

Database Design[edit]