In this seminar, Steven Feuerstein presents the most important features of PL/SQL, and explores how to apply those features so that the resulting code is easy to understand, maintain and enhance. From high level principles to specific techniques, this course will give you the information you need to transform your PL/SQL programs into high quality code of which you can be proud.
Making the Most of the Best of PL/SQL starts off with a review of the most critical features of the PL/SQL language, including features added in 11g: if you are not using these features, you simply cannot be writing optimal applications in PL/SQL. From there, we will focus exclusively on best practices: techniques for deploying key features, plus many ideas about how to improve the maintainability of your code.
I will be doing a one day training on high performance PL/SQL and Oracle Database 11g new features in Manhattan, NY on April 18, a whirlwind exploration of the many ways you can get those PL/SQL programs running faster, including:
I will be doing a one day training on high performance PL/SQL and Oracle Database 11g new features in Columbus on April 16, a one day, whirlwind exploration of the many ways you can get those PL/SQL programs running faster, including:
Sponsored by DOAG (German Oracle User Group)
Over its lifetime, PL/SQL has grown increasingly robust and
complex. Many programmers are barely aware of the new capabilities of
PL/SQL, much less fully understand the implications for their programs.
And virtually all PL/SQL developers are too pressured by deadlines to
have the time to think through the best way to apply PL/SQL’s many