Expert Oracle PL/SQL
By Hardman, Ron and McLaughlin, Michael
Experienced PL/SQL programmers and Oracle developers will learn to master Oracle's procedural extension to industry-standard SQL. Using this authoritative resource, readers will become experts at developing robust, high-performance enterprise applications with PL/SQL. Detailed examples describe the practical aspect of each feature, and provide ideas to the reader of how they can best exploit the functionality.


DOI: 10.1036/0072261943

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Author Biography

Ron Hardman, OCP, is a Consulting Technical Specialist with Oracle Worldwide Technical Support. Prior to joining Oracle Corporation, he was an Oracle database developer and consultant. He is a frequent presenter on the topics of Oracle Text and Ultrasearch at Oracle User Group conferences, and teaches classes on SQL and PL/SQL. He is the coauthor of Oracle Database 10g PL/SQL Programming and has published articles with Oracle Magazine and other online magazines on subjects related to information retrieval.

Michael McLaughlin, D. CS., is the Senior Application Upgrade Manager for Oracle Applications Release Engineering. He is currently working on the upgrade architecture for the next release of Oracle Applications. He has worked with PL/SQL since its first version in Oracle 6, and has authored customer support notes on customizing Oracle Applications with Pro*C and PL/SQL. He has taught computer science and information technology at Regis University and Colorado Technical University, including courses in database development, SQL, PL/SQL, and Java. He is the coauthor of Oracle Database 10g PL/SQL Programming.


Expert Oracle PL/SQL
Author(s): Hardman, Ron and McLaughlin, Michael
ISBN: 0072261943
DOI: 10.1036/0072261943

Format: paperback, 496 pages.
Pub date: 12 Sep 2005
Copyright: 2006
$59.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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