Friday, December 08, 2006

Steven Feuerstein coming to Zurich

The PL/SQL guru and Oracle ACE Steven Feuerstein will be in Zurich on March next year.

These seminars are an absolute MUST for a PL/SQL-programmer!

He will deliver special seminars on programming techniques at the Sonnenberg Convention Center:
This is a summary contents for the seminars:
  • Overview:
    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 features.

    This two-day seminar, created specially for Oracle UK, teaches attendees about the most important features of the PL/SQL language, focusing on the major advances in Oracle 9i Database and Oracle Database 10g. Steven then takes you beyond the basics to show you how to apply these features in the context of best practices, so that you write highly optimized and easily maintained and enhanced applications.

  • Prereqs :
    You should have a working knowledge of PL/SQL and at least a year's worth of experience with the language. All developers, from beginner to expert, will benefit from Steven's ideas and examples.

    Steven will demonstrate techniques and principles that apply to all versions of Oracle, but will also showcase new features in Oracle Database 10g that can dramatically improve the quality and performance of code that you write.

  • Objectives:
    To improve query and DML performance
    Use "six simple steps to unit testing happiness" to test your PL/SQL subprograms
    Optimize SQL statements in PL/SQL programs
    Use modular, reusable code

  • Topics:
    Improve query and DML performance Unit test your PL/SQL subprograms using "six simple steps to unit testing happiness"
    Optimize the construction of your SQL statements in PL/SQL programs
    Build modular, reusable code
    Manage errors by following a standard, consistent process
    Apply collections (a critical but under-utilized data structure)
    Take advantage of both forms of dynamic SQL in PL/SQL

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