Marin was born June 27, 1968 in Zagreb, Croatia. He graduated in 1993 form The Faculty for Electrotechnology and Computer Sciences, University of Zagreb in Croatia. He started his professional career as a System specialist and DBA for the Croatian company Informatika System. His most important project was the development and implementation of the enterprise, distributed point of sales solution, based on the Oracle technology. In 1999, Marin became the company CTO, where he played an active role in company development and technical orientation.
After Informatika System, Marin worked as an IT Manager Assistant for the Austrian international retail company “Segro,” on location in Graz (Austria) and Zagreb (Croatia). He was responsible for the company’s technical infrastructure and operational support. Segro used IBM technology, OS/400 operating system and DB2 database.
In 1998, Marin joined the international telecommunication company VIPNet GSM that was a part of greater concern, Mobilkom Austria& Western Wireless Int. USA. After one year, Marin took over the IT System Manager position, where he managed many multi-platform, telecommunication projects and was leading the IT system department.
In 2001, Marin started to work in Germany as a senior system architect. He is currently working for German banks on different banking projects.
Current Oracle Articles:
Oracle: Preventing Corruption Before it’s Too Late: Part 1
Deleting Historical Data on Oracle Databases
Excel Document Management with the Oracle iFS (Internet File System)
Document Management with Oracle Text
Reporting Database Object Increase On Oracle
Getting Control of the Oracle Java Virtual Machine
Protecting Oracle Instance with Local Clustering in Oracle
Leaving the History Behind with Oracle’s Fine Grained Access Control
Current DB2 Articles:
DB2 Migration to Version 8 Part 2
DB2 Migration to Version 8
The DB2 Configuration Files Revealed
DB2’s Virtual Time
Tips for using Tivoli Storage Manager with DB2
Back Up a DB2 Database using Tivoli Storage Manager
DB2 Database and Tivoli Storage Manager
DB2 Instance and Fast Communication Manager Part 2
DB2 Instance and Fast Communication Manager
Preventing Public Access to the DB2 Database Part 2
Preventing Public Access to the DB2 Database
Protecting DB2 against Non Concurrent Application Code
Saved by the APAR or How to Use IBM’s Self Help Web Support
Reporting Bad SQL Code in DB2
IBM Utilities vs. Third Party Tools for DB2
The DB2 System Commands
From “Try & Buy” to Production Database
Cooling Your Overloaded Database with New DB2 UDB EEE Partitions
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