Fixed Broken Links

I had a couple of new comments on older blog pages and I noticed that some links pointed to things which no longer exist. I fixed a few things that I knew were wrong. Finally, this week I decided to review every post back to the beginning 9 years ago and click on every link.

For dead links I removed the link and added a comment like (DOES NOT EXIST). In some cases, the link still existed but was different. I changed several links to Oracle’s documentation for example. In many cases I put (updated) or something like that to show that there was a new link. I synced up a lot of the old links to the current version of my scripts on GitHub. Hopefully these changes won’t make the older posts unreadable, but at least the links will point to useful and up to date versions of things.

I did not carefully read every post because I was in a hurry, but I did look at every post and it gave me the chance to see how things changed over the past 9 years. It was kind of a quick review of what I was thinking. Some of the posts seemed kind of dumb. (What was I thinking?) But others are genuinely useful. But it was interesting to see which topics I talked about and how that changed over time. It makes me wonder where things will go in the future. I guess I cannot expect to fully predict the future, but it is good to think about what I should be learning and what skills I should be developing as things go forward.

Anyway, hopefully the updated links will make the posts a little more helpful to myself and others.

Bobby

About Bobby

I live in Chandler, Arizona with my wife and three daughters. I work for US Foods, the second largest food distribution company in the United States. I have worked in the Information Technology field since 1989. I have a passion for Oracle database performance tuning because I enjoy challenging technical problems that require an understanding of computer science. I enjoy communicating with people about my work.
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