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PL/SQL Programming for the 21st Century with Steven Feuerstein

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Take this fast track seminar to develop your expertise in several
critical areas of Oracle PL/SQL. In this session, Steven shows you how
to make the most of PL/SQL to dramatically improve the quality and
performance of your programs. All developers, from beginner to expert,
will benefit from Steven's ideas and demonstrations.

Topics Covered:

  • Day 1: 2:00PM – 4:30PM CET: Turbo-charge PL/SQL Execution with Bulk
    Processing The focus of this first presentation is on enhancing the
    performance of multi-row SQL statements executed from within PL/SQL,
    using FORALL and BULK COLLECT. After attending this seminar, you'll be
    able to create new programs using the features discussed and use them to
    redesign existing programs safely for enhanced PL/SQL execution.
  • Day 2: 2:00PM – 4:30PM CET: Writing Maintainable PL/SQL Code
    Software managers (and, therefore, their developers) are very focused on
    delivering applications "on time" (that is, to meet the current
    production deadline). Sure, that's important. But as (or maybe even
    more) important is to build applications so that they can be maintained
    and enhanced without consuming all the resources of the development team
    (thereby interfering with new development). This session offers a
    wide-ranging set of techniques to make your code easy to understand and
    maintain over time. These techniques include: the use of subtypes and
    local modules; how to activate and check compliance with standards; and
    encapsulation (information hiding).
  • Day 3: 2:00PM – 4:30PM CET: Error Management Features of Oracle
    PL/SQL In the third and final session, you’ll go beyond the basics of
    exception handling in PL/SQL to explore the abundance of specialized
    error management features in Oracle, plus receive recommendations for
    achieving consistent, robust application construction. After attending,
    you'll be able to fully leverage PL/SQL error management features and
    ensure your development team follows best practices for consistent error
    management.

Please note: When you register for this event it will appear
you are booking for an event on the first day only. This is not an error
but due to constraints within our booking system, please do proceed
with your booking and you will in fact receive the access details for
all three days

More information here.

Tue, 2011-06-21 14:00 - 16:30
(local time)