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By Patch ~ March 7th, 2012. Filed under: APEX, Oracle, PL/SQL, Personal.

I has been quite some time since I posted anything on my blog. That is mainly because I am busy with other things at the moment:

oghI will be presenting at the OGh Apex Event in Zeist (the Netherlands). I will be doing a presentation on how to build a plug-in for Apex, together with Alex Nuijten.

 

PLSQL Challenge

AMIS will be sponsoring the SQL Challenge in April. I have made a couple of questions for that. Lucas Jellema also made a couple of questions and we are now in the process of reviewing and approving them.

I will be doing two presentations at KScope12.

know-your-rightsShould Invoker Rights Be Used?

When: Monday June 25, Session 3, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

How can you ensure users use only their data and not someone else’s? How can you do this with minimal effort? How can you get rid of multiple codebases. How can you (partially) protect yourself against SQL Injection? Explore these questions and more in this informative session.

 

 

And

computerCan Collections Speed Up Your PL/SQL?

When: Wednesday June 27, Session 12, 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Collections (array-like structures in PL/SQL) are used in two of the most important performance features of PL/SQL: BULK COLLECT for data retrieval and FORALL for data modification. This session will cover these topics and more.

 

And, as a cherry on the cake, I received my ACE Award yesterday

Oracle_ACE_Award

Reader's Comments

  1. Peter Paul | March 7th, 2012 at 9:55 am

    Congrats with the ACE Award!

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