Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

New software, hmmm, don't use it...

https://www.theregister.com/2022/04/25/oracle_software_usage_tools/

Experts in software licensing are warning users against wholly adopting new tools Oracle promises will help map and size on-prem installations in preparation for a move to the cloud.
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A good rule of thumb is that it takes six releases for Oracle to get a new tool, product or feature right. Buying new means you're paying for the privilege of beta testing Oracle's new stuff.

Customers need to know this upfront.
I’m sick & tired of Product UNDevelopment fraudulent leadership. He needs to be replaced, ASAP!

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Post ID: @9ium+1grlWllP

New leadership will not help. Oracle is corrupt from top to bottom. Through and through. You don’t want to work there. Get out of Oracle!

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Post ID: @6uix+1grlWllP

Like the one post a while back. I wouldn’t buy a number 2 pencil from Oracle.

If you are a customer, you should look elsewhere. If you are an employee, get out of there!!

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Post ID: @6lxa+1grlWllP

A good rule of thumb is that it takes six releases for Oracle to get a new tool, product or feature right. Buying new means you're paying for the privilege of beta testing Oracle's new stuff.

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Post ID: @2pld+1grlWllP

is the another product development, failure?

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Post ID: @1oqg+1grlWllP

If these new sizing tools are anything like the old software sizing tools, then I can totally believe this. Then again, as another poster stated, "I wouldn't buy a pencil from Oracle".

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