Sneak does like Larry Ellison - there's something about the man that he sees in himself. What is it? The billions in the bank, the genius IT skills, the succession of glamorous wives...no wait, it's the ability to make sarcastic comments all the time!
Fresh from a long tirade against anyone he could think of at the All Things Digital conference a few weeks ago the billionaire playboy and wonder of Oracle has done it again after posting his first message on Twitter.
Ellison has warned the world he was set to post on the site a few days ago, in line with Oracle's unveiling over some 100+ cloud products as it looks to enter a market where it has been accused of somewhat lagging.
However, Ellison clearly disagrees, and in one message managed to sweep away all the analysts and market watchers' doubt while also sending German giant SAP cowering to a corner.
"Oracle's got 100+ enterprise applications live in the #cloud today, SAP's got nothin' but SuccessFactors until 2020," he wrote.
It's not hard to imagine Ellison typing this message and then lowering his finger toward the return key with the drama and tension of a Bond villain set to launch a nuclear strike against the West.
"It's done," he mutters under his breath, a satisfied smile fleeting across his face that mutates into a long, deep, maniacal laugh.
Sneak can't wait to see what he writes next on Twitter. You just know it's gonna be good.
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