Enough Trace

In February 2011 Vicken sued Oracle for wrongful termination
     Under penalty or perjury Vicken claimed that Oracle knew that trace files became very large, and all technicians who wanted to build a stable relationship with the Oracle Database Engine were at risk of catastrophic failures.

He proved that data and context were getting de-coupled.

Building a healthy and stable relationship with the Oracle DB engine has been a challenge for at least 20 years. Vicken exposed and addressed that challenge better than any other Oracle technician. He demanded that all Oracle diagnostic data get reviewed after the customer's technical story is evaluated first.

In January 2024, Elon Musk announced that TESLA scrapped 300K+ C# code and his new FSD got there after analyzing millions of video clips from TESLA cars. He promised FSD in 2016, and in 2024 he finally agreed with Vicken's approach. Technical stories at Oracle and video clips from a TESLA are the same thing. He's raising $6 billion to fix it. Agreeging is one thing. Matching Vicken's success is another. Study paragraphs 15 - 22 starting on page 9 of the complaint.

     In 2017 Oracle's Larry Ellison finally agreed with Vicken's warnings. His annoucement was 21 years late. Oracle is throwing money at it. In January 2024, the total investment into Cohere, to solve the context problem became $1 billion.

Vicken Khachadourian

One of the first questions Warren Buffet asked Bill Gates when they first met: Why can't IBM crush Microsoft?
Oracle has not crushed Vicken's success record.