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April Wells has a BS degree from University of Pittsburghs School of Information Sciences and an MBA from West Texas A & M. She is a database administrator, currently working as an Oracle Apps DBA for TEK systems, in Austin, Texas where she lives with her husband and two children. With over seven years IT experience to her credit, including as a COBOL and Visual Basic programmer, SQLServer DBA, Web Master, Oracle DBA, Oracle APPS DBA, Disaster Recovery team member and Linux System Administrator, she has a varied background on which to draw. April has spent time teaching and training, not only I her companies, but also as a guest lecturer for Database Administration and Information Systems classes at West Texas A&M University and as an invited speaker to the Prentice Hall IT conference and International Oracle Users Group. She has to her credit several books, including Oracle E Business Suite 11i From the Front Lines (CRC Press, 2003), Grid Database Design (CRC Press, 2005), Grid System Application Design (CRC Press, 2006), Exam Cram2 Oracle 9i Fundamentals 1 (2005) and she was a contributing author of MORE Simple Internet Activities (Teacher Created Materials, 2003). She is currently working on Disaster Recovery for Prentice Hall and a number of elearning classes. Further, April has authored several articles for InformIT, was the editor for the South Central Oracle Users Groups Emagazine and founded the TriState Oracle Users Group.