Colleague Schildmeijer is Oracle ACE DirectorPublished on: Author: Team Communication Category: News
Great news: again, one of our colleagues became an Oracle ACE Director. On December 5, Michel Schildmeijer heard the good news from Oracle. He is the second Oracle ACE Director within Qualogy and we are very proud of that!
Michel is the eighth Dutch Oracle ACE Director. Qualogy-colleague Patrick Barel also bears the same title and responsibilities since April 2019. Michel has worked at Qualogy since 2012. In the same year, he was made an Oracle ACE. He started as an Oracle FMW Architect at Qualogy, and is currently a Lead Technologist and consultant.
Acknowledgement for efforts
Edelweiss Kammermann (Oracle ACE Director from Uruguay) nominated Michel. Being appointed as an Oracle ACE Director is an acknowledgement from Oracle of Michel’s knowledge and contribution to the technology and industry. He was nominated and appointed because of his efforts as a speaker at national and international conferences.
Official Oracle speaker
Michel is an official Oracle speaker and a welcomed guest at events worldwide. He also wrote articles about technologies such as Kubernetes and Docker, and he published two books (WebLogic: Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 PS2: Administration Essentials and Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: First Look).
Michel is very happy with his new title. “I’m very honored. It really is an acknowledgement for everything you do. The day after the announcement, I spoke at Hyderabad at Sangam19, the biggest Oracle user group conference in India. It was so special to celebrate my appointment there.”
Keeping his title
Michel is determined to keep his title. “I like to participate in new initiatives from Oracle, and help give them more publicity, like Autonomous Linux. I’ll also keep researching: how can you analyze a certain technology in greater depth? Writing articles and speaking at events is also something I will continue to do with pleasure.”
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