ORACLE PL/SQL 101
By Allen, Christopher
This in-depth guide explains how to use SQL to work with data in a database, and how to automate complicated tasks using PL/SQL.


DOI: 10.1036/007212606X

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Author Biography

Christopher Allen (Santa Monica, CA) has been a database professional for almost 20 ears. He is an OCP DBA and an OCP Application Developer and has worked on numerous Oracle Financials implementations. In addition, he has taught several hundred computer classes to adults, resulting in extensive experience communicating technical information in ways that are easy to absorb and easy to remember. His published works include the Oracle Certified Professional Application Developer Exam Guide (co-author, Oracle Press), Hard Disk Smarts (John Wiley Publishing), and four books on Lotus (Que). He also served as technical editor for Microsoft's DOS 5 and DOS 6 manuals. He is currently employed at Metier, an Oracle partner company that provides consulting services in the Los Angeles area.


ORACLE PL/SQL 101
Author(s): Allen, Christopher
ISBN: 007212606X
DOI: 10.1036/007212606X

Format: paperback, 420 pages.
Pub date: 1 Dec 2000
Copyright: 2001
$45.95 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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