About Me

What do you want to know…

Work type things:

  • I am the author of the book Managing Fusion Applications.
  • I work in the design and delivery of Customer Services for one of the largest software companies on planet earth.
  • I am a member of the UK Institute of Customer Services, visiting participant companies and performing detailed certification assessments.
  • I’ve worked as a Data Analyst, Software Developer, Systems Manager, Geologist, and Doorman.
  • I am an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Management holding a Level 4 Diploma in Management.
  • I hold ITIL V3 Certification.
  • I was the creator of several (now decommissioned) websites and webapps (haroose.com, errorlibrary.com, and others)

Out of work:

    • I enjoy spending time with my young family, both just playing around at home and also traveling to new and exciting places.Β  See our Flickr page here
    • I most often play basketball (casually) and amazingly my small village in the U.K. has a public hoop, just across a field of sheep from my house (yes rural English basketball!).
  • Other sports include having played badminton at regional competition level, and although only just a sport I was a runner-up in the National Schools Angling competition years ago, and now like to fish occasionally (coarse and fly).Β  I also enjoy many physical activities including running and going to the gym.

Other Interests:

  • Social Media and new ideas for using technology (not just computers) to improve and develop our work and lives (e.g. TED).
  • Creating and Exhibiting Mosaic Art – see here

Please follow me on twitter (@richardbingham), on Facebook (www.facebook.com/richardjohnbingham) or ping me via email as below.

  1. June 6, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    Dear Sir,
    Are you the author of Managing Oracle Fusion Applications? I create cataloging records at the Library of Congress and find there are many authors named Richard Bingham. When that happens there is an attempt to identify each author by adding their date of birth after their name in the catalog. Do you have a fuller form of name? Would you be willing to provide some information for our catalog?
    Best wishes,
    Kenneth Peyton, librarian
    Room LM501
    Mail Stop 4286
    Science, Technology & Medicine Section,
    U.S. & Publisher Liaison Division,
    Library of Congress,
    101 Independence Ave., S.E.
    Washington, D.C.

    (202) 707-3041
    Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Library of Congress

    • June 14, 2011 at 9:47 am

      Yes that is me and I have now provided details through the publisher.

      The book is now available on Amazon, Barnes&Noble and all other usual suspects (including Tesco in the UK).

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