The very latest in Oracle Database Development (including 12c)
- Published on Sunday, 30 December 2012 14:13
The functionality available to PL/SQL and SQL developers has evolved over the subsequent releases of the Oracle Database. The improvements allowed for faster development, richer functionality and better performing code - as well as establishing the role of the database in multi-tier applications and SOA architectures. Areas of recent improvements include core SQL (joining, subquery factoring, PL/SQL integration), Flashback, Data Mining, zero downtime application upgrades, XML manipulation, inbound and outbound HTTP processing including SOAP and RESTful Web Services, fine grained auditing and authorization, and PL/SQL language extensions. This session demonstrates some of the most useful recent additions to the database for application developers - including some that are introduced in the Oracle Database 12c Release.
- Bring SQL and PL/SQL developers up to speed with the very latest features available in the Oracle DB
- Position the Oracle Database as Application Development platform (in multi-tiered architecture)
- Demonstrate how the latest release of Oracle DB can be put to good use for app development purposes
Lucas Jellema is an experienced Java and Oracle developer and architect, working for AMIS in The Netherlands. Lucas has close to 20 years of experience in a wide variety of projects, organizations and technologies. He has been nominated Oracle ACE Director for Fusion Middleware. He is a frequent presenter at JavaOne, Oracle Open World, NLJUG and other user group conferences around the world. He also teaches Master Classes on various topics such as ADF, SOA & BPM, Database Development and Java application architecture. He frequently writes at http://technology.amis.nl and has also authored the Mc GrawHill publication Oracle SOA Suite 11g Handbook (2010).